There's now a large reward being offered for the safe return of a Tennessee woman believed to have been abducted from her home in a rural community.

Fox News Radio's Eben Brown reports:

Mark Gwyn of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations says they have received over two hundred and fifty leads in the case and each one will be followed up.

Listen HERE to Gwyn's comments:

It's been almost a week since Holly Bobo, a 20 year old woman from Decatur County, TN disappeared.

Over three hundred people assembled on Monday at the Decatur County Fairgrounds to volunteer in the search. Volunteer Tina Johnson says being part of the search is very important:

Police say they've been getting hundreds of tips. Holly's brother says he saw a man lead his sister into the woods.

Holly's dad Dana says whoever is behind her disappearance must have known when she usually left for school:

Listen HERE to an an emotional plea from Holly's Mom, Karen: