Tampa woman goes missing, area restaurant owner, others, donate $15K to reward for info



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TAMPA, Florida — Tampa business owners are offering $15,000 in rewards to find a woman who was last seen leaving an Ybor City club.

Thirty-three-year-old Apryl Foster went missing Thursday. Foster's parents said it's out of character for their daughter to go this long without contact. Her family also says she would have never left her cats alone.

Foster left her restaurant job around 11 p.m. Wednesday and went to Tampa's club district.

She was supposed to work Thursday but never showed up.

The last time Foster used her phone was around 2:19 am. Thursday. The family that owns the restaurant where Foster works has offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts, while a beverage company has offered $4,000 and Foster's family is providing $1,000.

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