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Wells Fargo bank is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the location and safe return of Lori Hacking, the Salt Lake City woman who disappeared Monday morning while jogging in City Creek Canyon.

The announcement came this afternoon as hundreds of volunteers

searched 60 half-mile square plots in Memory Grove Park and City

Creek Canyon without turning up any sign of Hacking, a 27-year-old

sales assistant for Wells Fargo Institutional Brokerage and Sales.

More than 1,000 volunteers turned out throughout the day, as police

began sending searchers into nearby neighborhoods to knock on doors

and ask residents if they had seen or heard anything unusual Monday,

when Hacking disappeared on her daily jog.

The difficulties of finding clues to Hacking's disappearance became

clear early today to Tom and Liz Longaker. The Salt Lake City couple

was among the first crew to enter the canyon today, part of a team of

six that stepped into the brush at 6:30 a.m.

Impeded by loose rocks and tangled brush, they struggled to

traverse the plot of land they were assigned to scour.

"I'm just praying we can find anything, just anything that might

help," said Liz Longaker.

Salt Lake City police Detective Dwayne Baird said SWAT officers

armed with infrared goggles patrolled the canyon's rim overnight,

seeking movement and body heat.

"They didn't find anything we would term out of the ordinary,"

Baird said.

Police are considering Hacking a missing person and are not

ruling out the possibilities that she has been abducted, become lost

or hurt.

Lori parked her silver Chevrolet sedan a few houses from the gates

to Memory Grove and took off toward the canyon around 5:15 a.m. Her

car didn't move until police hauled it away late in the afternoon.

After learning his wife never arrived at work, Mark

Hacking called police in a panic and just minutes later found her car

at about 10:50 a.m. He called the hospitals and the jail, then he

started calling his friends and members of the couple's LDS ward,

some of whom also called police.

Lori Hacking's family describe her as an avid runner who was

familiar with City Creek Canyon. She is described as 5-foot-3, 115

pounds with hazel eyes and long curly brown hair.

Anyone with information about her disappearance can call police at