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FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Authorities are searching for a Virginia man who came to Arizona on a business trip but hasn't been heard from since early December.
Flagstaff police said Wednesday that the family of 34-year-old William Andrew "Andy" Holzgrefe is offering a $2,000 reward for information on his whereabouts.
Police say Holzgrefe came to Phoenix on Nov. 28 from his home in Richmond, Va., and later went to Flagstaff.
He reportedly called his mother Dec. 9 from a Flagstaff motel and said he would be flying home to Virginia on a flight from Phoenix three days later.
Police say Holzgrefe's cellphone and financial records show activity through Dec. 11 in Flagstaff. But they say there's no activity after that date and he hasn't contacted his family or friends or returned his rental car.
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