KIHEI, MAUI (HawaiiNewsNow) - It's been one week since 27-year-old Charli Scott went missing on Maui, and her family is now offering a large reward to help bring her home.
Scott was five months pregnant when she vanished on February 9. After seven full days of searching, family members tell Hawaii News Now's Mileka Lincoln that they will give $10,000 to anyone who can provide information leading to the rescue or recovery of Scott.
Friends are also hosting a fundraiser to help cover the costs of the ongoing search. It will be held Monday at Ambrosia Martini Lounge in Kihei starting at 8 p.m.
Searches for Scott have turned of up several items, dozens of miles apart from each other. On Tuesday, her dog was found alive and well in Nahiku. Scott's vehicle was found above the Jaws surfbreak Wednesday night, torched and on its side. The following day, the clothes she was believed to be wearing were found along Hana Highway. Police found additional items on Friday that they say may belong to the missing woman.
Family members say Scott planned to have the sex of her unborn child revealed at an upcoming baby shower, but on Sunday, they decided to reveal to the media that she is having a son.