Sarm, 41, went missing on a night out with her wealthy lover in the US Virgin Islands in March and hasn’t been seen since
The search for missing Sarm Heslop has been boosted by a £7,200 reward to mark the six-month anniversary of her disappearance.
Sarm, 41, went missing on a night out with her wealthy lover in the US Virgin Islands in March.
Desperate friends and family raised cash for the reward through donations.
A post on the Find Sarm Facebook page said: “A huge thank you to everyone that donated.
“A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to a breakthrough”.
Sarm, a former air hostess, was last seen leaving a bar on the island of St John with her American lover Ryan Bane on March 7.
It is thought they were returning to his £500,000 catamaran, Siren Song – but police have found no evidence to show Sarm got there.
Bane, 44, who was convicted of assaulting his ex-wife in 2011, called 911 at 2.30am to report Sarm missing.
Law enforcement officers boarded his boat to look for her, but he refused access.
He was later charged with obstruction by the US Coast Guard. Police say he has also refused to talk to them.
Sarm’s parents, Brenda Street and Peter Heslop, are begging the UK Government to help.
Last month, Ms Street said she has not given up hope of finding Sarm.
She insisted: “I still do not feel she’s gone.”