Reward offered to help in Alexis Kane homicide case

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The AdHoc Group Against Crime has offered a reward to help find whoever killed 14-year-old Alexis Kane.

The group said they will give $1,000 to whoever can provide tips that will lead to an arrest.

The group will also hold a vigil for the teen whose body was found Sunday by a person passing by the Bay Water Park on Longview Road.

The vigil will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the waterpark, where the teen’s body was found. The group will also make the announcement of the reward at the vigil.

The principal at Kane’s school said the school had counselors on hand to help her classmates deal with the news, and the school plans on flying the flag all week in memory of Kane.

Kane was an eighth grader at Smith Hale Middle.