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Reward cash Family of Lisa Dorrian raising reward money for information leading to her body

This reward will only ever be paid to someone if it leads to the recovery of Lisa’s body as that is our main priority.”

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Lisa Dorrian - picture courtesy of the Dorrian family

Lisa Dorrian - picture courtesy of the Dorrian family

Lisa Dorrian - picture courtesy of the Dorrian family

The family of Lisa Dorrian have launched a fundraiser to help pull together a reward for information leading to the missing woman’s body.

Her sister Joanne Dorrian, who runs a Twitter dedicated to raising awareness about the case, launched the GoFundMe page on Tuesday night and managed to raise more than £1,000 within the first 12 hours.

“We are asking our friends, family, public and supporters to please help us in raising a reward to find Lisa,” Joanne said.

“This reward will only ever be paid to someone if it leads to the recovery of Lisa’s body as that is our main priority.”

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Missing woman Lisa Dorrian

Missing woman Lisa Dorrian

Missing woman Lisa Dorrian

“We believe there is someone other than the murderer who knows where Lisa lays now and can help us,” she continued.

“If money is our only barrier then we ask you to please support this reward fund in any way you can. Every £1 will help us so much.”

Joanne said that her mother died in 2015 with a broken heart after losing Lisa.

“Our wish is to lay them to rest together.”

Lisa (25) vanished from a caravan park in Ballyhalbert, Co Down in 2005.

She attended a party in the area before she was killed and her body disposed of.

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Her case was upgraded to a murder case and her family believe that they know who killed the young woman.

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Lisa Dorrian has never been found (PSNI/PA)

Lisa Dorrian has never been found (PSNI/PA)

Lisa Dorrian has never been found (PSNI/PA)

Detectives have said that they do not believe the murder was planned but have said a “small number” of people hold the key to solving the unsolved case and finding the victim’s remains.

In an anonymous interview with BBC Spotlight in 2005, a man who claims to have last seen her said that the pair fled the caravan when they heard noises and saw flashing lights outside.

The then 17-year-old said they then lost one another in the dark at 5am.

While the LVF and UVF have previously been accused of involvement, Police confirmed that was no paramilitary involvement in Lisa’s death.

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