CANTON, Ohio - The FBI offered a $10,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of a missing pregnant Ohio woman and they searched the home of her child's father.
"The right thing to do is to share that with us. The right time to do it is now." FBI Special Agent Frank Figliuzzi told the Canton (Ohio) Repository.
On Wednesday, agents spent hours searching the home of Bobby Cotts as police and volunteers looked for Jessie Davis, who had been missing a week and was nine months pregnant.
Police told the Repository that it would be two weeks before DNA tests came back from a newborn girl left a house in Worcester, Ohio, recently. There has been speculation that the baby could be Davis' child.
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