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Family ups reward for info on missing Tempe woman

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TEMPE, Ariz. -

It's been a week-and-a-half since Adrienne Salinas left her Tempe apartment and vanished. As the reward for her return gets bigger, so does the search for her.

Family and friends returned to the neighborhood where she disappeared on Tuesday to hand out fliers, hoping someone will remember something that could help bring 19-year-old Adrienne home.

Adrienne Salinas was supposed to meet a taxi cab at an AM/PM at near Hardy and University on the early morning of June 15, but never showed up.

"It's just a nightmare. We have to suppress those negative thoughts, the worst case scenario is not something that's going to motivate us.. we have to focus and pray and put all our energy into positive thoughts," says dad Rick Salinas.

"We all love you, I know that you can feel our prayers, I always told you are very blessed, just hang on and stay strong for us mijita I promise you we are going to find you," said Susanna Coss, Adrienne's mother.

Adrienne got in a minor car accident and called the cab to take her to her boyfriend's home in Scottsdale.

At this point, investigators don't seem to have much to go on.

The reward for information on Adrienne's disappearance is $6,000, thanks in part to donations.

FOX 10's Andrew Hasbun reports.

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