Missing Lisa Brown: Family offer cash reward for key information

Lisa disappeared from her home near Sotogrande four months ago

LAST UPDATED: 15 Mar, 2016 @ 12:50
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A 6,500 pound reward is being offered to anyone with information leading  to solving the case surrounding missing Scottish expat Lisa Brown. 

Missing: Lisa Brown, 32
Missing: Lisa Brown

The family of Lisa, who disappeared from her home near Sotogrande four months ago, have issued the reward as they grow increasingly desperate for answers.

Lisa was due to start a new job in Gibraltar the day before she disappeared, and her eight-year-old son Marco is now living with his father in La Linea.

The reward money was raised via a GoFundMe crowd-funding page.

Meanwhile, a petition calling on the British police to intervene in the search has reached over 2,500 signatures.

Lisa’s family and friends have grown frustrated at the lack of action from the Guardia Civil.

Her boyfriend known as Simon Corner, but who also uses the name Dean Tripp, was due to attend a meeting in Algeciras with Guardia Civil officials but missed it and went AWOL for a second time.

His whereabouts is currently unknown.



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  1. Sensible to offer a reward for information, but crazy to antagonise the Spanish police with calls for Brit cops to intervene. Just what are they supposed to do? With what powers? No wonder petitions of all kinds are routinely ignored. This particular one is spectacularly silly.

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