SANDPOINT -- The reward has doubled again for information that leads to
the safe return of a Sandpoint man who has been missing for nearly a month.
The reward is now $10,000, said Danny Clune's sister, Kristen.
Danny Clune has not been seen since Nov. 6. His family put up a $2,500
award shortly after Danny went missing. The British contingent of BookCrossing.com,
an online book trading network Clune did programming for, subsequently
matched it, bumping it up to $5,000.
Kristen Clune said her employer in New York City, The Sporn Company has
offered to match the $5,000 reward. The Sporn Co. is a pet products company
which specializes in humane leashes, harnesses and halters.
As Sandpoint Police and Bonner County Sheriff's investigators probe Clune's
disappearance, the family has enlisted the help of psychics, Kristen Clune
A psychic in New Jersey with experience in missing persons cases has consulted
with the family, as has a local psychic, Connie Stewart. Kristen Clune
said she met with Stewart while in Idaho last month and has kept in contact
with since her return to New York City.
Both psychics are sensing that Danny Clune, 29, is still alive, said Kristen
"They both said the same thing, which was interesting and gave us
a lot of hope," she said.
Danny Clune's disappearance has baffled friends, family and co-workers.
They said Danny is happily employed, stable and not somebody who would
pull a disappearing act.
He was last seen at the Long Bridge Grill in Sagle shortly before 2 a.m.
He was wearing a blue hooded sweat jacket, blue stocking cap and blue
jeans. He stands 5-feet, 6-inches and weighs 140 pounds.
A Web site (www.finddanny.com) has been established to spread the word
about Danny Clune's disappearance and to take in information and tips.
Posters have been put up around the area. Posters can even be found in
Kristen Clune said there have been no significant developments in the
"We're still in the same position that we were (in earlier this month),"
• Anybody with information about Clune's whereabouts is asked to
call Bonner Dispatch at 265-5525 or Sandpoint Police at 265-1482.