Missing hiker Prabh Srawn's $100K reward withdrawn as search resumes

The family of missing bushwalker Prabh Srawn has withdrawn the reward 

for finding the Canadian student, dead or alive.

His disappearance in May sparked months of extensive searches throughout 

the Kosciuszko National Park, attracting volunteers from across the 

world to the search for the 25-year-old.

A $50,000 reward was issued in June as part of a social media campaign 

to attract volunteers and political attention, and was highlighted 

through an official Facebook page titled ''Help Find Prabh Srawn - 

Missing Bushwalker''. At the height of the search, it was increased to 

$100,000.

Facilitators used the page to announce the withdrawal of the reward 

around 5am on Tuesday, but Mr Srawn’s family and friends have vowed to 

continue their search.

“We cannot thank enough all the brave men and woman that have helped in 

the search effort thus far,” they stated.

“As we are approaching a melt down in the alpine region of Kosciuszko 

National Park, we would once again request that all those that are 

interested in volunteering their time to assist in the continued search 

efforts please inbox message us for further details.”

Mr Srawn was last seen when he parked his car at Charlotte Pass Village 

on May 13.

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