The police handled the disappearance of the missing mum with Peterborough Links as a murder offering £ 10,000 in rewards
A reward of £ 10,000 was offered after the disappearance of a parent with Peterborough Links.
Renata, 50, of Beamsley Way, Hull, was missing on April 25 last year and was last seen on CCTV when she dropped her 11-year-old daughter at 8:45 am at Broadacre Primary School. At that time she wore a flashy yellow jacket.
No body was found, but the police deal with the disappearance of Renata as a murder investigation.
For this reason, a reward of up to £ 10,000 is now being offered for information to our charity leading to the conviction of the responsible person or persons.
Gemma Gibbs, Crimestoppers Regional Manager for Humberside, said, "Renata was a popular woman and was in close contact with both friends and family England and her native Poland, so this dialogue is completely cut off, raising many questions.
"Your two daughters deserve to know what happened to their mother. You are probably going through a very difficult time right now, so I ask anyone who has information about Renata's potential murder to contact our charity. We will not judge you, we will only listen to what you know and pass it on. You will always be 100% anonymous. Always.
Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111 or the police over 101.
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