THE family of missing British expat Lisa Brown have said they know for a fact that someone on the Rock knows what really happened to her.
It comes as they launch a fresh appeal and cash reward for anyone with information that leads to the discovery of her body.
Mother-of-one Brown, who was due to start a new job in Gibraltar, went missing from her home in Guadiaro in November 2015.
The 32-year-old’s family, and police, believe she was murdered and either dumped at sea or buried on land.
“We know for a fact some of those who know what happened live in Gibraltar,” her sister Helen Jordan told the Olive Press.
“The information is out there and we need someone to do the right thing and end our nightmare. “We won’t give up.”
The family have already raised £15,000 for the reward.
“The more the better, we’ll try anything and will go to any lengths,” added Jordan.
“We are currently fundraising on our own, but we have meetings with ministers from Scottish governments in Edinburgh who are hopefully going to help us.
“The more we can raise the more chance we have of someone speaking.”
It comes after the Olive Press revealed a suspect in the case, Ron Beasley, who was arrested on suspicion of withholding information, fled to Portugal last month.
To donate to the reward fund, visit www.gofundme.com/7vc62qzw