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A $1,000 reward has been offered for information about the disappearance of a Hermitage woman.

Nashville police said Nichole "Nikki" Burgess, 37, was last heard from May 23, when she sent a friend a text message that indicated she was having an altercation with the father of her 10-year-old son.

Last month, authorities said Burgess is likely dead and announced they would be searching that man's Anderson County home. Police said the man, Caleb J. Cannon, was considered a person of interest in the investigation.

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Now the woman's boyfriend has offered a cash reward through the Find Nikki Burgess page on Facebook — reinforcing the belief that she has died by asking for information about "the location in which Nikki's body was disposed of."

"I want nothing more than the location of Nikki's body," says the post by Jay Henry.

He wrote that he wouldn't ask questions or for identities, just information.

"Bottom line is if you have the information then I have the cash," he wrote.

Police said Cannon picked up the couple's son from school May 23 and went to Burgess' home on Oak Vale Drive before taking the boy to Anderson County. Burgess was supposed to be in Sparta on May 24 but never showed up.

She is described as being 5-foot-1 and weighing 126 pounds with red hair, green eyes and multiple tattoos. Metro Police urge anyone with information about her to contact Nashville Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME.

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