THE family of missing Alexandria mum-of-one Lisa Brown has again offered a £100,000 reward for information on her disappearance after murder investigation was ‘frozen’.

Lisa’s heartbroken sister Helen Jordan took to Facebook this week in a desperate plea to ask those with information to come forward.

Lisa disappeared from her home near Gibraltar in 2015.

Although her body has never been found she is presumed dead.

Just last month a giant manhunt for the mum-of-one’s ex Simon Corner ended after he was discovered in London Heathrow.

He was hauled back to Spain to face questions over the three-year-long mystery, however, news a Spanish judge has allowed Mr Corner to leave the country while the appeal is decided has caused the family to ask for the public’s help once again.

While the dad of Lisa’s 11-year-old son is also reported to have told his lawyers to fight the decision, according to national reports.

Helen said: “I won’t defame the Spanish justice system as, to my knowledge, they are still working tirelessly on Lisa’s case in spite of the judge ‘freezing the case’.

“Please help bring a loving mother home to the love of her life – her little boy Marco – and her mother Cathy, her sister Helen, brothers Craig and Martin, and the rest of her family and friends who love her more than life itself.

“Any small piece of information, no matter how trivial it may seem, could help towards justice for Lisa.”