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Reward for missing man
Aug, 21 2006 - 6:20 AM

EDMONTON ALBERTA / 630 CHED - The family of a missing University of Toronto math whiz says it hopes to drum up more leads in the case by offering a five-thousand-dollar reward.

Twenty-year-old Robert Barrington Leigh hasn't been seen since 10:30 p.m. on August 13th when he left his family's home in Edmonton on his bicycle to meet some friends at a folk music festival.

More than 100 volunteers spent the past week combing the North Saskatchewan River valley in the city for clues, but haven't turned up anything and police have called off their search.

Family say it would be out of character for him to run away.

Leigh's last contact was a text message sent to his girlfriend, Lucy Zhang.

Telus and police confirmed Sunday that message bounced off a cellphone tower in the river valley at 11:34 p.m. on the night of Barrington Leigh's disappearance.

- BN/D.E.

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