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$10K offered for information about missing woman last seen in Belleville

Beverly Logan, 32, was last seen in January.

BELLEVILLE, Ill. — The family of a missing St. Louis-area woman held a news conference Monday.

Beverly J. Logan, 32, was last seen in January. Her family filed a missing person report on Feb. 13, 2022.

Family members asked the public for help and put up a $10,000 reward for information that could help find her.

Logan was last seen in Belleville, driving a blue Nissan Versa with Alabama license plate 2CH1060. Logan is 5-feet-2-inches tall and weighs 120 pounds.

Family members did not hear from Logan for several weeks after a text on Jan. 26, which was unusual for her. That prompted family to file a report.

Willie and Trina Logan spoke to 5 On Your Side in February, saying they miss their daughter and want her home.

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Investigators say they have conducted numerous interviews in connection to her case. Detectives discovered she had acquaintances in Montgomery County, Missouri. Some of her belongings were found in a house there in April 2022, but neither Logan nor her car was located.

In June, police took a man into custody after a brief barricade situation in Montgomery County, investigators said. Police had wanted to question him regarding Logan's disappearance.

The man said he had been shot in the leg several days before the barricade situation. He was taken into custody. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department has not given additional updates on this investigative lead.

If you know the whereabouts of Beverly Logan, call the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office at 618-277-3505.

"Our beloved, our daughter is still out there," said Trina Logan.

"Where is my daughter?" lamented Willie Logan.

That's the agonizing question Willie and Trina Logan have been asking for nearly seven months. 

They haven't heard from their daughter since late January and each passing day is tough.

"This is torture. This has caused a lot of pain, restlessness and we are looking for closure," said Trina Logan.

The couple says they last received a text from their daughter on Jan. 26.

They filed a missing person's report a couple of weeks later.

Her parents say Beverly has never disappeared before.

"Somebody's got to know something. She just didn't fall off the face of the earth," said Willie Logan.

The couple says Beverly lives with "a male associate" on Ross Lane in Belleville.

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