Motley Crue is joining efforts to find a Baltimore area woman missing since March 6, when she failed to meet friends for the band's concert in Washington.

Motley Crue is joining efforts to find a Baltimore area woman missing since March 6, when she failed to meet friends for the band's concert in Washington.

Tracey Gardner-Tetso, 32, of Rosedale, Md., was reported missing by her husband after she did not meet friends at Motley Crue's Red, White & Crue Tour 2005 tour stop at the MCI Center.

The band will match an earlier reward of up to $10,000 to increase publicity about the woman's disappearance, according to its management company. "We hope our involvement helps bring more attention to this case, and anyone with information will step forward," bassist Nikki Sixx said in a statement.

Gardner-Tetso is white, 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 130 pounds and has with long blonde hair and blue eyes. When she was last seen, she was driving a 1996 black Pontiac Trans Am with tinted windows and Maryland license plates with the number LRN 534.

The earlier reward was offered by the Victims' Rights Foundation of Gaithersburg, Metro Crime Stoppers and Aggregate Industries, where Gardner-Tetso worked as a dispatcher.


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