MONROE (WWJ) — The search continues for missing 22-year old Monroe County woman, Chelsea Bruck, who was last seen in October.

Crime Stoppers has raised the reward for information leading to her finding to $30,000. Bruck, 22, has been missing since Oct. 26, when apparently she walked away from a Halloween party at a rural farmhouse on Post Road in Frenchtown Township during the early morning hours.

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A compoiste image of a man who may have been seen with Chelsea Bruck. (credit: Monroe County Sheriff's Office)

A compoiste image of a man who may have been seen with Chelsea Bruck. (credit: Monroe County Sheriff’s Office)

Bruck was last seen wearing a “Poison Ivy” Batman character costume, which consisted of black tight-fitting yoga pants or leggings, a green ivy leaf-covered top, and a long, dark purple wig.

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Sheriff’s officials said a witness reported seeing Chelsea Bruck walking away from the party at around 3 a.m. with an unknown man. The pair was spotted walking toward where cars were parked, according to the witness, but it’s unknown whether or not they left together.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

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