Reward offered in case of missing Texas boy
FARGO - An El Paso, Texas, woman is offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to finding her 16-year-old son, who was last seen walking down Broadway a month ago.
Edward Stubbs is a thin, 5-foot-10 inch boy with blond hair who came to North Dakota by bus for a summer job in the construction industry. He was staying at his cousin's south Fargo apartment and was last seen at his job in Dickinson June 17 before stopping by the apartment three days later.
"We're desperate to get answers," said his mother, Jolene Stubbs.
Since her son's story ran last week in The Forum, Stubbs said she has taken about 10 or 12 phone calls from people who believed they'd seen him in Fargo, including at the West Acres Shopping Center and at a bank. However, reviews of surveillance video showed it wasn't Edward Stubbs.
If you have information about where Stubbs is, call Jolene Stubbs at (801) 231-3121 or the Red River Dispatch Center at (701) 451-7660.