Daughter of missing Gold Coast woman begs for any information to find her

The daughter of a Gold Coast mum suspected of being murdered eight years ago says somebody out there knows what happened to her.

Tina Greer left her home in Beechmont in January 2012 on her way to see her boyfriend in the Scenic Rim, and hasn’t been seen since.

Her 2003 maroon Holden Commodore was found on a dirt road near Governor’s Chair Lookout in Clumber three days later but there has been no trace of Tina.


Police conducted numerous searches of bushland in the area in the weeks following her disappearance to no avail.

This morning, Queensland Police announced that a $250,000 reward is on offer for information about the suspected murder. 

Tina’s daughter Lili was just 13 when her mum disappeared, says not a day goes by when she doesn’t think about her.

“The hole that has been left in my heart – and of those she knew – is unimaginable.

“If anyone has any information regarding my mum’s disappearance, I beg you to please come forward.

“I just want to find my mum, and where she is.

“I just want closure,” Lili said.

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