THE heartbroken sister of a missing expat Lisa Brown has spoken out about the horror of losing her sibling – and begged people to speak out ahead of the fifth anniversary of Lisa’s disappearance.
Helen Jordan said while they “will never again be the family” she wants to seek justice for her sister.
A £100,000 reward has been offered to anyone that can provide answers to what happened to the missing expat, who vanished from the Costa del Sol five years.
Scottish born Lisa Brown, who moved to Spain when she was 18, was last seen at her home in Guadiaro near San Roque in 2015.
The 32-year-old was reported missing after failing to collect her son Marco from school.
Her ex-boyfriend Simon Corner was at the centre of a murder probe after Lisa’s disappearance, with police saying they believed a “violent episode” had taken place at her home, but a Spanish judge chose to ‘freeze’ the two-and-a-half year investigation in April.
Now five years on her family has put up the cash in a bid to find a crucial information that could bring their much loved Lisa home – or bring her killer to justice.
Devastated sister Helen has spoken of the horror of still not having answers head of the fifth anniversary of Lisa’s disappearance.
Helen wrote in the Find Lisa social media group: “In the last few months life has changed for us all.
“Maybe you have lost your job, haven’t been able to work and are finding things difficult, maybe your loyalties have changed or you have had time to think and your conscience is bothering you.
“Whatever the reason we are still offering a life changing/substantial reward for information on where Lisa could be or the conviction of her murder.
“Nearly 5 years have passed and life hasn’t moved on for us, we still hope and wait on news that could tell us where she is or bring her justice. Maybe then we can try and pick up our lives again and give us some peace.
“We will never again be the family we were but not knowing where she is and her killer/killers getting away with this we will never get over or accept. Would you?
“Do you think he/they would help you?”