What to Know
- Monrovia Police responded July 29 to a domestic violence call at the home Custer shared with her 27-year-old boyfriend Robert Camou
- He was detained July 30 and is considered the prime suspect.
- A video emerged amid the investigation that shows the suspect rapping at a bar about burying his girlfriend.
Los Angeles County officials are offering a $10,000 reward for information about the disappearance of a woman missing for more than two weeks.
The Board of Supervisors approved the reward on Tuesday as authorities search for 31-year-old Amanda Custer.
Monrovia Police responded July 29 to a domestic violence call at the home Custer shared with her 27-year-old boyfriend Robert Camou.
Investigators believe Custer was taken against her will by Camou.
Sheriff's detectives say blood was found in the Monrovia residence, and blood drops were found in the cargo hatch of the Prius, along with a digging tool.
Camou, 27, was taken into custody in downtown Los Angeles on July 30, following a nearly five-hour standoff with authorities, but there was no sign of Custer.
He is considered the prime suspect.
Camou has not been charged in the disappearance but is jailed on prior allegations of domestic violence involving Custer.
Amid the investigation, a video showing Camou rapping about burying his girlfriend emerged.