Donna Geoghagan with a photo of Jasmine Morris.
Donna Geoghagan with a photo of Jasmine Morris.

New leads on Jasmine

AFTER reopening the case files earlier this month into the 2009 disappearance of Jasmine Morris, Grafton police have received vital information.

Jasmine's mother, Donna Geoghagan this week renewed her plea for anyone with information to come forward.

"For the last four years, I have been waiting for Jasmine to walk through the door. Every day she doesn't it just gets harder," Ms Geoghagan said.

"I have no idea where she has gone and there is no reason why she would have run away.

"She is a lovely girl and I just want her to be home with me. If anyone out there knows anything, could they please tell the police and help bring our Jasmine home."

Ms Geoghagan said she feared there could be people in the community who knew about Jasmine's disappearance but were not coming forward for various reasons.

Detective Senior Constable Dale Keam reassured anyone with information that it would be treated with the "utmost confidentiality".

Police set up their van earlier this month at Bi-Lo in South Grafton, the last place Jasmine was seen on October 6, 2009 and received useful leads from the public.

Jasmine was 19 when she was reported missing on October 20, 2009.

At the time she was wearing a long black cotton skirt, purple top, thongs and carrying a handbag.

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 6642 0222 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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