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Family of missing Renee Pernice offers $25,000 reward


The Kansas City Star


Renee Pernice


Renee Pernice's family offers reward


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Renee Pernice, a mother of two, has not been seen since Jan. 2. Her father, Rick Pretz, and police suspect foul play.


“There is no reason why the people who have hidden Renee from us can’t let us have her back and take the money,” Pretz said outside the Clay County courthouse.


Family members attended a court hearing for Pernice’s husband, Shon Pernice, whom authorities have accused of stealing a neighbor’s handgun. Pernice has pleaded not guilty to the felony charge. The criminal case was continued to June 24.


Shon Pernice declined to comment as he left the courtroom. Eric Vernon, an attorney for Pernice, said his client was looking forward to resolving the case.


According to court records, police were called Jan. 31 to a residence on a reported theft. Police talked to the homeowner, who told them Pernice had been at the residence with his children. At one point, Pernice was alone in the basement for several minutes. Later that evening, Pernice left the home and the owner tried to set the burglar alarm but discovered that the basement door had been tampered with.


That same evening another person who lived at the home went into the basement. He saw the alarm sensor of his door was disabled. He also noticed that a .22-caliber Walther semi-automatic pistol was missing.


On Feb. 1, according to allegations in court documents, Pernice went back to the home, gave the homeowner the handgun and apologized.


Pernice remains a person of interest in his wife’s disappearance. He has not been arrested or charged. Authorities continue to look for a truck that might have been involved in Renee Pernice’s disappearance.


Linda Lockwood, Renee Pernice’s mother, said the grandparents of the Pernices’ children have limited supervised visitation. Lockwood has contended that the children’s father, Shon Pernice, is unfit to be a parent and unable to care for the children.


Anyone with information on Renee Pernice’s disappearance is asked to call the TIPS Hotline, 816-474-8477.


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