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Reward for missing California City boys increases to $120,000

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Posted at 2:58 PM, Feb 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-04 18:55:46-05

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. (KERO) — The $100,000 reward for the toddler brothers reported missing in California City on Dec. 21 has been raised again and now totals $120,000.

Anna Linn, the city manager of California City confirmed Thursday, that a cannabis company called Traditional Co. pledged the additional $20,000 reward in recent days, which will be offered to anyone with information that brings the boys home.

The $120,00 reward is made up of contributions from five businesses, the California City council, a local church and the adoptive family of missing 3-year-old Orson and 4-year-old Orrin West.

Here is a list of all who have offered rewards for the boys as of Thursday:

  • Greenstone Cannabis Dispensary -- $10,000
  • Preferred Towing -- $10,000
  • Murphy's Pool and Spa -- $5,000
  • City of California City -- $25,000
  • Adoptive Family of Orson and Orrin West -- $30,000
  • Ron and Kim Smith with Victory Baptist Church -- $10,000
  • West Coast Realty -- $10,000
  • Traditional Co. -- $20,000