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Family offers $10K reward for information on man missing in Sacramento since New Year's Eve

Alex Holden was last seen by his girlfriend leaving his I street apartment around 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 31.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The family of a 25-year-old man who's been missing from Sacramento since New Year's Eve is offering a $10,000 reward for information on the man's whereabouts.

Alex Holden was last seen by his girlfriend, Kennedi Perri, leaving his I street apartment in downtown Sacramento around 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 31. Perri said he'd been drinking and went for a walk after an "emotional" talk.

In a Facebook video posted Monday, Holden's parents, Calvin Holden and Margaret Palmietto, and Perri announced the $10,000 reward.

"We have run down all the leads we have been given. The Sacramento police have worked tirelessly," Calvin said in the video. "We're just asking for any help from anyone who can help us find Alex. That's why we're offering a $10,000 reward for information for his return."

Credit: Sac PD

Palmietto addressed her son directly in the video saying, "Alex, if you can hear this, I want you to know that we are looking, doing everything we can and we're not going to stop looking until we find you."

Palmietto urged anyone with information to contact the Sacramento Police Department. The video ended with Holden saying, "Alex, we love you. Come home."

Holden is just over 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 190 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have seen Holden, or know where he may be, contact the Sacramento Police Department tip line at (916) 732-0100.

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