Efforts to find Dwight Clark, Western Washington University freshman, have ramped up since his disappearance on Sunday night, according to MSNBC.
Clark was last seen leaving a party at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning. According to police investigators, a blank text message was sent from his cell phone at around 2:40 a.m. from downtown Bellingham.
Despite the massive outpouring of volunteers who have helped search for Clark, this is all Bellingham officials know so far, according to Kiro TV. A $14,000 reward has been offered to those who can give police information about Clark's whereabouts.
Raelyn Clark, the victim's mother, professed a heartfelt plea on Kiro TV for anyone who holds information regarding her son's disappearance:
Whoever you are, whatever you did, tell somebody something. I don't care what you did. I don't care what shape my son is in. Just tell somebody where my son is because somebody knows. Tell somebody and give him back to me.
Those who feel they can help with the investigation are instructed to call Sgt. Colin Emmert at 360-778-8666.
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