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The FBI is offering a reward for a missing Tallahassee middle schooler

 12-year-old Lori Paige
12-year-old Lori Paige

Billboards are going up in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee for a 12-year-old Tallahassee girl missing for eight months. The FBI said she has ties to or may visit Tampa.

Billboards are going up in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee for a missing Tallahassee girl.

12-year-old Lori Paige has been missing for 8 months. She was a student at Griffin Middle School.

The FBI is offering a $15-thousand reward for information leading to Lori.

Tallahassee police and firefighters spent Tuesday searching the woods around Mission San Luis museum and park for evidence.

From the FBI website:

Lori Analise Paige

Date(s) of Birth UsedApril 14, 2011
Age12 years old at the time of disappearance
Weight120 pounds


The FBI is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the recovery of Lori Paige.


Lori Paige has ties to or may visit Tallahassee, Florida; Tampa, Florida; Thomasville, Georgia; and Nashville, Tennessee.


The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Jacksonville Field Office and the Tallahassee Police Department in Florida are seeking information from the public regarding the disappearance of Lori Paige. Lori has been missing since June 3, 2023, from the 1200 block of Continental Court in Tallahassee, Florida.

Submit a Tip:

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact the FBI's Jacksonville Field Office at (904) 248-7000, or the Tallahassee Police Department at (850) 891-4200. You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.

Field Office: Jacksonville

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Gina Jordan is the host of Morning Edition for WFSU News. Gina is a Tallahassee native and graduate of Florida State University. She spent 15 years working in news/talk and country radio in Orlando before becoming a reporter and All Things Considered host for WFSU in 2008. She left after a few years to spend more time with her son, working part-time as the capital reporter/producer for WLRN Public Media in Miami and as a drama teacher at Young Actors Theatre. She also blogged and reported for StateImpact Florida, an NPR education project, and produced podcasts and articles for AVISIAN Publishing. Gina has won awards for features, breaking news coverage, and newscasts from contests including the Associated Press, Green Eyeshade, and Murrow Awards. Gina is on the Florida Associated Press Broadcasters Board of Directors. Gina is thrilled to be back at WFSU! In her free time, she likes to read, travel, and watch her son play football. Follow Gina Jordan on Twitter: @hearyourthought