Reward in Lynda Meier Case Increased to $103,000

Police believe Lynda Meier was murdered, but her body has never been recovered. She disappeared in 2010.

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    Hallandale Beach Police
    Lynda Meier

    The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case of a missing woman was increased to $103,000.

    Police believe Lynda Meier was murdered, but her body has never been recovered. She disappeared in 2010.

    Several searches have been done in the past three years for Meier, whose car – a Cadillac Escalade – was found a week after her disappearance, abandoned in a parking lot in Opa-locka.

    Canal Search Comes Up Empty

    [MI] Canal Search Comes Up Empty
    Clues were scarce as police hunted around a Miami Gardens canal to find Lynda Meier.

    Two men who were captured on video using Meier's ATM card at two different Miami banks the same day she disappeared were named persons of interest, but so far no one has been charged in her disappearance.

    Broward Crimestoppers said the money was a private donation.

    Police Search for Missing Hallandale Beach Woman in Opa-locka Lot

    [MI] Police Search Lot in Opa-locka in Disappearance of Hallandale Beach Woman Lynda Meier
    More than three years after Lynda Meier of Hallandale Beach disappeared, law enforcement agents were once again searching for her at an empty lot in Opa-locka Monday. Sharon Solano spoke about her friend. Hallandale Beach Police Chief Dwayne Flournoy discussed the case.