£100,000 reward in Lisa Brown case

Family launches new appeal in disappearance of Scottish expat

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The family of Lisa Brown, a Scottish woman who went missing from her home in Guadiaro, San Roque, in 2015, has announced a reward of up to £100,000 for information on her disappearance.

The family of the mother of one from Alexandria last Friday announced the new appeal, which is supported by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Spanish authorities and UK charity Crimestoppers.

Earlier this month is was revealed that a warrant had been issued for Ms Brown’s former boyfriend, yacht dealer Simon Corner, 36, from Liverpool, who reportedly disappeared in February, breaking his bail conditions. He had been arrested in the case in 2016 and was released in April of last year on €10,000 bail. Ms Brown was 31 when she vanished from her home in on November 4, 2015.

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