A REWARD has been renewed in a bid for information about a missing mother who vanished two years ago and who police fear has been murdered.

Crimestoppers is again offering £10,000 for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in the disappearance and possible murder of Georgina Gharsallah.

The mother of two from Worthing, then aged 30, was last spotted in an off-licence in the town after leaving her mother’s home on March 7, 2018.

Crimestoppers’ Sussex regional manager Glenys Balchin said: “This is understandably a very difficult time for Georgina’s family and friends.

“The two-year anniversary since she was last seen is a good time to remind the public about this case and the important role they can play in helping to find answers.”

Georgina was supposed to meet her father later that day, but never showed up. She was reported missing ten days later.

Mrs Balchin said: “We know that somebody knows what has happened to Georgina and as a charity we are determined to get answers.

“If you know something and want to do the right thing but feel unable to speak directly to the police, please remember that Crimestoppers charity can help.”

Georgina was 5ft 4in, with Arabian features, shoulder-length dark hair often worn in a top knot and a Monroe piercing above her top lip.

While police say they have been committed to finding out what happened to her, Georgina’s mother has criticised their efforts, describing them as “too slow to take seriously”.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Andy Wolstenhome, said: “I cannot begin to think how difficult not only this day, but the last two years have been for the family and friends of Georgina.

“Since the investigation into her disappearance started we have had a dedicated team of officers and staff committed to looking into any viable lines of enquiry we have encountered.

“This has included the search of a number of locations, conducted over 1,000 house-to-house enquiries and investigated over 70 potential sightings of Georgina. Last summer I took the decision to record the case as a homicide.”

Both Georgina’s credit cards and mobile phone have not been used since her disappearance.

DCI Wolstenhome said: “This was not an easy decision to make and was in no way intended to take hope away from Georgina’s family and friends.

“However, Georgina was someone who would spend a lot of time on her phone and on social media but all of this and any financial transactions on her bank accounts stopped the day she went missing.”

He added: “It is for this reason I am led to believe there is not an innocent reason for her disappearance.”

Two men were originally arrested on suspicion of murder but were released with no further action.

Crimestoppers have set up an ad-van with images and information about Georgina in the local area.

DCI Wolstenhome said: “We will continue to investigate all viable lines of enquiry and have been working closely with the independent charity Crimestoppers and the Missing Persons charity to ensure Georgina remains in the public domain.