Bridge Capital Increases Reward Fund to $50,000

JUNE 20, 2011

Bridge Capital, LLC through its Chairman John K. Baldwin, has announced that it is adding $16,500 to the reward fund to bring it to a total of $50,000 for information leading to the safe return of the missing Luhk sisters, Faloma and Maleina.

Even though presently in Asia, John K. Baldwin has been closely following the news reports of the missing sisters for the past weeks and hopes that by increasing the reward amount it may cause new information to be developed leading to the safe return of the sisters.Bridge Capital has made a long-term commitment to the C.N.M.I. and its people. John K. Baldwin stated "It is hard to believe that the islands of the C.N.M.I, which are so rich in natural beauty and culture, at times experience the types problems normally associated with much more populated areas. However, there must be someone out there that knows something about how these girls disappeared and I am hoping that by increasing the reward fund it will spur that person or persons to come forward and contact the Department of Public Safety or the F.B.I. I reach out with all my heart to the family of the missing girls as we all pray for their safe return."

John K. Baldwin also stated "Any information, no matter how significant it may seem, should be reported to authorities regarding this incident."
Bridge Capital, LLC is an international investment and asset management company focusing on the United States, Micronesia, and Asia.
For comments or questions, please contact Mr. Richard A. Pipes, Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, 670-322-2222.

John Baldwin

is the CEO of

Bridge Capital

Located in

Saipan, CNMI

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