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The reward for information leading to Natalee Holloway's (search) safe return has been increased to $1 million. Will it generate any new leads? We'll ask Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, and Natalee's stepfather, George "Jug'' Twitty.
A new witness comes forward and says he saw something the night Natalee vanished that could provide a major break in this case. We'll get the stunning details from Jossy Mansur, managing editor of Diario.
The top cop in Aruba leaves the island for an extended vacation. Before he left, Natalee Holloway's aunt confronted him on an Aruba beach. What did he tell her about the investigation? We'll ask her.
Plus, several experts from Holland have just arrived in Aruba. Will they change the way Joran van der Sloot is interrogated? And can they help find Natalee? We'll ask Aruban attorney Arlene Ellis Schipper.
And, a frantic search is underway for a missing Nevada girl. Police fear the convicted child molester may have taken her to Mexico. We'll get an update from Captain Jeff Page of the Lyon County Sheriff's Department.
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