HELP FIND REBECCA!: Family appeal for 'missing' Costa del Sol mother-of-two intensifies

MISSING: Rebecca Muldoon MISSING: Rebecca Muldoon Family photograph

THE sister of a British mother-of-two who has not been seen for more than a week has issued an urgent appeal on the Costa del Sol to try and trace her.

Thirty-five-year-old Rebecca Muldoon was last seen on January 2.

It is reported she vanished without money, her passport and her mobile phone is dead.

Rebecca, originally from Southend in Essex, has been living in Marbella and her two children aged eight and 11.

National Police sources have confirmed that they attended an alleged case of domestic violence at the woman’s house on January 1.

Her partner was arrested and due before the courts the following day.

But Rebecca didn’t appear at the court as a witness so officers attended the house again.

Neighbours told the police that the two children appeared to be alone in the house and the woman had disappeared.

Police are continuing their search and Rebecca’s sister, Sabrina Foakes, has pleaded for the public’s help.

Speaking to the Euro Weekly News this morning she said, “We don’t know much.

“She left the children, after making a report to the Spanish police she had allegedly been abused.

“She was told to drop the charge.

“Life long friends have been concerned about her and her relationship with her husband.

“As family we hadn’t spoken in over two years.

She added, “I appreciate everyone’s concern, please help find my sister!”

The children are now back in the UK and being cared for by relatives.

If you have seen Rebecca or have any information please call the National Police on 091.

Karl Smallman

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