THE family of a woman who went missing from the Costa del Sol on Tuesday, June 29 have issued an urgent appeal for information.
Lisa O’Brien was due to fly back to Manchester from Malaga on Tuesday June 29 but did not get on the plane and has been missing on the Costa del Sol since.
Her brother Seve O’Brien posted to his Facebook page saying: “Missing! My sister Lisa O’Brien is missing. She was due to fly back to Manchester last night, Tuesday 29th June ’21. She never got on the plane home.
“We believe the last sighting of her was on Fuengirola Beach and El Puerto Hotel at 9am Spanish time yesterday morning Tuesday 29th June ’21.
He later added: “UPDATE! Still Missing! My sister Lisa O’Brien is still missing.”
He said: “There have now been multiple sightings of Lisa and a couple of conversations with her through the course of yesterday Wednesday 30th June ’21 in the Fuengirola area.
“Spotted at Maxy Beach, Majestic Bar, on the beach near Phoenix Rental. Last spoken to at restaurant Paseo Maritimo del Rey Fuengirola.
“I was fortunate to speak to her last night. She says she is ok but as a family we know she is extremely vulnerable and need her home from her. She has lost her passport and phone.
“She is sleeping on or near the beach each night. Last night slept near Perla 3 apartments next to the public toilets. She is extremely vulnerable but also approachable.
“Various descriptions state she is wearing a yellow top, black shorts, a white beach dress, white flip flops / sandals, has a brown cross body bag… We are not sure if she has lost her turquoise blue Adidas back pack.”
Anyone with information on Lisa is being asked to call Steve O’Brien on 00447951256510 as well as letting the Spanish police know and the British Consulate in Malaga.
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