"There's someone out there with information that's too scared or doesn't have a reason to come forward or doesn't want to put themselves out there. So I'm hoping by putting the money in front of them maybe - it's sad to say there has to be a reason for someone to come forward - but it could be a reason to get somebody to go ahead and come forward with what they know," explained Black Ops CEO Sparky Edwards.
Edwards offered to be at a public search this weekend for Bordeaux. Saturday's search was organized by the wives of several Fort Bragg soldiers. Bordeaux was last seen leaving the Froggy Bottoms bar on Ramsey Street with an acquaintance early in the morning of April 14.
For more information about Saturday's search and about a vigil on Friday, May 11, visit Facebook.