Crime Stoppers announces where money from Mollie Tibbetts safe reward fund will go

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BROOKLYN, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- The Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa has announced where the bulk of the contributions for the safe return of Mollie Tibbetts will go.

A funeral for Tibbetts was held on Sunday at BGM High School.

Her body was found last week in a cornfield outside her hometown.

Crime Stoppers says the majority of contributions from individuals and businesses were conditioned upon meeting the condition of Tibbetts' return.

Because she wasn't found safe, the money will be returned to contributors who specifically said they wanted their contribution returned.

Some individuals didn't request the return of their donation and the money will be disbursed in accordance with the Donation Agreement Form to the general Crime Stoppers fund and/or the Tibbetts family.

Crime Stoppers said no reward will be paid in the Tibbetts case, as she didn't return safely.