The family of a missing woman are set to announce a $500,000 reward for information into her mystery disappearance.
The family of Jessica Zrinski, 30, as well as NSW Police will make the announcement on Wednesday nearly a year to the day since Ms Zrinski was last seen.
Ms Zrinski was been seen in the Bossley Park area in Sydney’s west on Sunday, November 27, 2022 before police were alerted of her disappearance on December 3, 2022.
Investigations into her disappearance revealed Ms Zrinski was in a hotel carpark about 10pm on Monday, November 28 and left in a blue Holden Commodore station wagon.
It’s believed the vehicle travelled west on the M4 motorway and Great Western Highway towards the Blue Mountains.
The most recent appeal by police, in May this year, included the release of CCTV footage of Ms Zrinski in the Commodore travelling through Horsley Park on the night of November 28 and of the vehicle the following morning.
The release of the footage coincided with a three-day search of bushland in NSW’s west where nothing of importance was found.
Homicide squad commander Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty told reporters earlier this year that Ms Zrinski’s movements and that of the blue Commodore were of key importance.
“There’s a gap between 10pm on Monday night until 9am the following morning,” he said. “We need to firm up her movements and trace back where she’s been.”
Ms Zrinski is described as being of caucasian appearance, 165cm tall, of thin build, blonde hair and has a tattoo on her right index finger, inside left wrist and on the back of her neck.
When last seen, she was wearing long black leggings, a yellow long-sleeved shirt and flat shoes.
In the CCTV footage, she is seen wearing an orange singlet top, long black leggings, flat shoes and carrying a cream handbag.
As inquiries continue, police are appealing for any additional witnesses who may have seen the car in those vicinities at those times.
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