FBI Offers $10,000 Reward For Info On Missing Inker NORMAN LEE

"Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #33" cover
Credit: Patrick Scherberger & Norman Lee (Marvel Comics)
Credit: FBI

Updated November 7, 2016: The FBI have now offered a $10,000 for information about the missing inker Norman Lee. The long-time inker disappeared while snorkeling in the Grand Cayman Islands in March 2015.

No new information has been released by the FBI regarding Lee's disappearance, but the new $10,000 reward is for "information leading to the recovery of Norman Lee and/or the identification which leads to the conviction of those involved in his disappearance."

For more information, visit FBI's page on the open investigation: https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/norman-lee
 

Original Story: According to Cayman 27 News, the FBI have joined in the search for missing comic book artist Norman Lee. The long-time inker disappeared while snorkeling in the Grand Cayman Islands in March.

The report states that Lee went missing while snorkeling with his wife only 250 feet from shore, though he was in close proximity to a several thousand foot drop to the ocean floor. Local authorities initiated an air and water search for three days following Lee's initial appearance that proved unsuccessful.

The FBI have confirmed their recent involvement in the search to the Cayman 27 News, but would not provide any further details about the investigation.

Lee is best known as a penciler and inker who has worked on numerous titles for Marvel, DC, and third party publishers, including Astonishing X-Men, Avengers, Deadpool, and DC One Million.

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