A $250,000 reward is being offered for information to help find missing NT woman Angie Fuller.
Ms Fuller was last seen travelling on Tanami Road, about 15 kilometres west of the Stuart Highway intersection on the evening of January 9, 2023.
Nine months on, police are hoping the reward will generate fresh leads and information regarding Ms Fuller’s disappearance, which is being treated as a homicide.
Commander Peter Kennon says often rewards entice people to come forward with information they may have dismissed as trivial.
“Somebody knows what happened to Angie and we will not stop investigating until we find her,” he says.
“Even if you don’t believe you have any useful information, small details are often a catalyst for breakthroughs in cases such as these.”
He says investigators are committed to finding out where Ms Fuller is and who is responsible for her disappearance.
“This case will not be closed until we can provide closure to her family.”
“We continue to urge to anyone with information, no matter how small, to get in contact with our investigators on 131 444 and quote reference 10228143.”
“Anonymous reports can also be made through 1800 333 000.”
Ms Fuller is of Asian heritage and medium build and has long black hair with purple streaks.
She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt and beige skirt.
Large signs about the reward will be put up around Alice Springs particularly near the Tanami Highway over the coming days.