The family of a missing Blairsville, Ga., woman — who police say was abducted while talking to her boyfriend on her phone — hopes that a $50,000 reward will help turn up clues in her disappearance.

Kristi Cornwell disappeared on Aug. 11. Her family announced the $50,000 award in a statement Saturday.

The family said the money will be awarded for information leading to Cornwell's safe return and/or the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for her disappearance.

Donations are being accepted to increase the reward.

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Cornwell's apparent abduction was profiled on "America's Most Wanted" on Saturday night.

Last week, Cornwell's boyfriend Douglas Davis told FOX News he thinks her faith and strength will get her through the ordeal.

"My heart just won't give up," he said. "I won't give up. Neither will her family and friends."

Davis was talking to Cornwell on Aug. 11 when he overheard a struggle as she walked near her parents' home. Police are not considering him a suspect.

"I know she was frightened," he told FOX. "I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that she was being abducted. We were talking and she said, I need to get out of the way; there's a car coming."

Davis said he couldn't elaborate on other details of their conversation. Police have said he heard her pleading with her apparent captors, "Don't take me!"

Cornwell is the mother of a 15-year-old son and formerly worked as a probation officer.

The family has set up a Web site to help find her.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.