FBI Offering Reward For Information On Jelani Day's death

Jelani Day's death
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The FBI is offering a reward for information regarding the death of Jelani Day, the Illinois State University student whose body was discovered in September.

The $10,000 reward was announced on Monday in a news release from the Jelani Day Joint Task Force.

Day had last been seen on August 24. His body was found floating in the Illinois River on September 4 and identified on September 23, CNN previously reported.

Federal authorities are looking for tips that will help with "substantial information" about Day's final hours "leading to the identification of new witnesses or evidence in this case," the release says. "Investigators believe the full cooperation of the public and Day's close contacts may be key to understanding the facts and circumstances surrounding Day's death."

Day's car found in a wooded area in Peru, Illinois, nearly 70 miles from where he was last seen alive.

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