$10,000 Reward Offered for Missing Maui Hiker

HAIKU, OAHU (Ben Caxton) — A $10,000 reward has been offered to help find a Haiku woman who went missing while hiking on Maui. The parents of 35-year-old Amanda Eller posted the reward for information leading to her safe return as they flew to the islands from Maryland. Eller was last seen Wednesday on a trail in a forest reserve on Maui. Her vehicle was found in a parking lot with her cellphone and wallet inside at the reserve 12 miles from her home in Haiku. A ground and air search included tracking dogs, helicopters, drones, and hundreds of volunteers on foot has so far turned up no trace of the woman. As of Sunday morning, Maui police said they were no longer actively involved in search efforts.

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