The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals involved in the crime related to the disappearance of Kayla May Berg.
Berg was last seen on August 11, 2009, in Antigo.
She was last seen at her father’s home until she was picked up and given a ride from Antigo to Wausau from Kevin Kielcheski. Kielcheski has been cleared of charges related to the case, but police continue to stay in contact with him.
Berg’s mother, Hope Sprenger hasn’t given up on her daughter.
“Deep down inside and I’ve thought it from the beginning, it’s not going to be a good outcome, but until I know that I’ll never stop and I’ll never give up and I will continue searching for her until I know,” Sprenger said.
Antigo police are actively working the case. In an effort to generate new information, they’ve teamed up with the FBI.
“Fortunately enough the FBI was able to come up with some money for this and we’re able to put that reward money out there to help,” said Antigo Police Chief Eric Roller.
Chief Roller says somebody out there knows something. If they can provide that information police need, $20,000 will be theirs.
No tip is considered too insignificant. Roller says it could be just what they’ve been waiting for and could lead to the discovery of Kayla Berg.
“If you know something, please come forward,” Sprenger said.
Berg is described as a white female, 5’02” (at time of disappearance), 108lbs (at time of disappearance), brown hair and brown eyes. Kayla’s ears and navel are pierced. She also has scars on the right side of her nose and on her right shin.