A $500,000 reward is being offered in the hope it will spark someone’s memory and help find a woman missing for 12 months.
The family of Jessica Zrinski, 30, last heard from her about 10pm on November 27, 2022 from Sydney’s Bossley Park area.
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They reported her missing a few days later when they couldn’t find or contact her.
Police discovered Zrinksi had been in the carpark of a hotel at Greenfield Park about 10pm on Monday, November 28, before leaving in a blue Holden Commodore station wagon about 10 minutes later.
Investigators say the car travelled west on the M4 Mwy and Great Western Hwy towards the Blue Mountains.
On the anniversary of her disappearance, Zrinksi’s family will join police to announce a $500,000 reward for information that helps locate her.
Jessica Zrinski was last seen on CCTV inside a blue car. Credit: NSW Police Jessica Zrinski hasn’t been seen in a year. Credit: NSW Police
Police have also released new CCTV footage of Zrinksi in the Commodore, which was seen travelling through Horsley Park about 10.15pm on Monday and Mount Victoria about 8.50am on Tuesday, November 29.
In January this year, her uncle Vlad Zrinski delivered an emotional plea for help to bring her home.
He said she had struggled with some mental health issues but was “still a loving part of our family”.
“She’s a beautiful girl, she’s got a great soft and happy personality, everyone who meets her is drawn to her,” he said.
Zrinski and her dad. Credit: NSW Police Zrinski and her family. Credit: NSW Police
“I believe there are people out there who may know where she is or have information and I encourage them, no matter how trivial or how minor you think it is, please contact CrimeStoppers.
“And honey (Jessica), if you’re watching, please come home, we love you.”
In May, police launched an extensive three-day search of the Hampton State Forest in the Blue Mountains.
At the time, homicide squad commander Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said detectives were pursuing all lines of inquiry including the possibility Zrinski met with foul play.
Any witnesses who may have seen the car in the areas at those times have been urged to contact police.