$30,000 Reward Offered for Information on Missing Upper Merion Infant
Investigators are still searching for the 10-month old baby, who was abducted on Monday.
According to a Times Herald article, a $30,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the safe return of 10-month-old Saanvi Venna, who was abducted from the Marquis Apartments in Upper Merion Monday.
The Citizen’s Crime Commission of Delaware Valley, Upper Merion Township Police, The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and the Teluga Association of North America are offering the reward.
According to a previous Patch report, Saanvi’s 61-year old grandmother, Satyavathi Venna, was also found murdered in the home when Upper Merion Township Police arrived on Monday.
An autopsy was completed on Venna, but authorities are not yet releasing the findings.
No suspects have yet been identified in connection with the murder or the abduction.
CBSlocal.com reports that investigators are concerned over releasing details on the investigation. According to the report, authorities would typically release more information concerning a homicide investigation, but such action may compromise the safety and search and rescue operation for Saanvi.
Those with information that might help authorities are asked to call the Upper Merion Township Police Department at 610 265 3232 or the Montgomery County Detective Bureau at 610 278 3368.