Friends and family of Jacqueline Elizabeth Reynolds, or Lizzie as she is known, are becoming increasingly concerned about her whereabouts, and have launched an urgent appeal for anybody who may have seen her or know about where she might be to get in touch.
Jacqueline Elizabeth Reynolds was born in the 13/12/69, and is described as 5’5" in height, of medium build, has blue eyes, dyed blonde shoulder length hair and has tattoos on both upper arms.
The family are asking for any information as to where she might be, or in the very least for her to contact her family or friends so they know she is safe and well and not been held against her will.
Lizzie left the UK to visit a male friend she had made acquaintance with via another friend from her home town, who also used to live in the Altea area of Spain. She is a mummy of 6 daughters, aged between 3 to 24, and long term partner of Richard, with whom she has been together for 16 years.
In a statement, they say we are all scared, deflated and so terribly frightened for her safety as she would never ever behave in such an irrational inconsiderate way causing distress to her family and friends, that’s just not built into her fabric. She is so extremely kind considerate and compassionate this not returning home would just never happen if she was in control of her own actions she needs us to find her she needs our help she is most certainly in some sort of trouble. Here is something I put together about Lizzie and the events as they have happened.
The person she came to visit has told her he is in a wheel chair after an accident 5 years ago. This part of the information cannot be confirmed at the moment, but it is believed that he lives in Benidorm.
Lizzie left the UK for a believed 3 day visit to a friend in desperate need. She left on Wednesday 10/6/14 on the 10:10 flight from Bristol to Alicante, flight number EZY6071, and was due to return to the UK on Friday 13/6/14 on the 14:10 flight from Alicante to Bristol, flight number EZY6072.
Her partner Richard received a phone call the evening before she was due to come home, which was said to be a very happy positive phone call making her arrangements for her journey home where she was due to meet her friend at the airport in Bristol.
What was noticed about this call afterwards is that this call was not from her UK mobile number that she had taken with her but that it was from a Spanish mobile number.
Her disappearance has been reported to the UK police, and it is hoped that the Spanish authorities will soon get involved too. In the meantime, if you have any knowledge of her whereabouts, or have seen her in the Benidorm, Altea or general Costa Blanca area, please report the matter to the police immediately.
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