The family of a London mother-of-three who disappeared 10 years ago have offered a £10,000 reward for information on what happened to her. Lisa Pour vanished from the Willesden Green area of north west London on the afternoon of January 16, 2013.
Ms Pour, who would now be 50, was last seen by her probation officer. She was said to have appeared well at the time, and it was out of character for her to go missing.
Now, on the 10th anniversary of her disappearance, Ms Pour’s family are offering £10,000 for anyone who comes forward with significant information that will help police piece together what happened to her.
Two of Ms Pour’s children, Lauren-Holly and Jack Saffery, said in a joint statement that it would “mean the world” for them to see their mother again. They said: “These past 10 years without our mother have really affected our family.
“She is a light that is missing in our lives, and there’s not one day we don’t think about her.” Detectives at the Met Police have said they “cannot rule out” the fact that Ms Pour may have come to harm, but they will continue to investigate “a number of possibilities”.
Ms Pour’s mother, Linda, aged 76, said: “I always believe I’ll see her one day, and I’ll put my arms around her and give her a kiss. She was the most wonderful, loving child - I miss her every day.”
Ms Pour was described as a “loving character” but “very quiet and shy” by her daughter. She was 5ft 2ins tall and of slim build with dark hair at the time of her disappearance, and was known to frequent the London boroughs of Brent and Camden.
According to Detective Chief Inspector Adam Rowland, Ms Pour was battling drug addiction at the time she went missing. He urged anyone to contact police if they had any information, including those who knew Ms Pour around the time of her disappearance.
He said: “Lisa, if you see this, please get in touch with us or a partner agency so that your loving family knows you are okay.”