Reward for help finding missing Clay City man grows

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Courtesy: Facebook/Roy Lane

POWELL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- A reward for information to help find a missing Clay City man has grown.

New information prompted the Powell County Search and Rescue team to do a special search Saturday for Roy Lane Jr.

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The search didn’t turn anything up, but the reward has grown to $700.

It was originally $500, but grew Saturday night. Part of that was from Lane Jr’s niece.

Her uncle went missing last spring

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