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BUSINESS leaders have joined with police to offer a record $1 million reward for information that helps find missing Queensland boy Daniel Morcombe.

Daniel was 13 when he vanished from Palmwoods, on the Sunshine Coast hinterland north of Brisbane, on the afternoon of December 7, 2003.

He had planned to catch a bus on Nambour Connection Road to go shopping at Maroochydore and has not been seen since.
Four years ago, police set a $250,000 reward.

Today business leaders chipped in an extra $750,000 - on offer only for the next six months - taking the total to $1 million.

Police Minister Judy Spence said the reward was available for information that leads to the apprehension and conviction of the person or people responsible for Daniel's suspected abduction and murder, or the location of Daniel's body.

"After five years of not knowing, his family deserve to find Daniel and kn


Added: Aug-8-2009 Occurred On: Dec-7-2003
Tags: Queensland Police, Daniel Morcombe, Missing Children, Reward $1Million
Location: Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia (load item map)
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  • This story has always made me weep. A normal boy, out on a shopping trip to buy his mother a Christmas present. While waiting for a bus to take him back home, he just dissappears, not to be seen since. His loving family have been devestated, and so far no one seems to have any information on what happened.
    It's the stuff of every loving parent's nightmares.

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  • Sad story, condolences to his family. I have a daughter about that age, it tears me up to even think about something like that.

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  • Hope he turns up. Can't imagine how his parents must feel. Best wishes to them.

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