Police have offered a huge reward as they renew an appeal for information into the disappearance and suspected murder of a Gold Coast mum eight years ago.
Tina Greer was last seen at a home on Beechmont Rd at Beechmont around 2pm on Wednesday, January 18, 2012.
She was on her way to visit her boyfriend at Clumber in the Scenic Rim but never returned.
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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.
Tina’s boyfriend, Finks bikie Les Sharman became a person of interest but was never charged.
He died in a car accident in the hinterland in November 2018.
Police suspect other people were involved in Tina’s disappearance.
Detective Inspector David Briese says they hope the offer of a substantial reward will finally give Tina’s family some answers.
“I am confident someone out there knows what happened to Tina and they hold an important piece of the puzzle,” Det Insp Briese said.
“I urge them to come forward, to make the right decision for Tina and her family.
“Tina’s family deserve answers and we’re committed to finding Tina’s remains and bringing her home.”
Police are also hoping to hear back from a man who gave a tip-off to detectives in Brisbane in 2014 to contact them again.
You can also report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.