Police are treating the case of a mum who disappeared nearly 30 years ago as a possible murder, her family say.
Former RAF servicewoman Davina McMillan, 36, was last seen at her home in Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, in November 1993.
Her family is desperate for the case to be solved and has vowed to "never stop fighting".
Relatives say she would never have walked away from her beloved daughter Rebecca who was four at the time, the Mirror reports.
Her brother Gary Coulson, now 69, reported her missing a month later but no trace of her has ever been found.
He claims a cold case detective has told him the missing person inquiry had become a murder probe.
Gary has appealed for anyone with information to contact Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
He said: "I hope more people will come forward to help the investigation.
"Even after all this time, it could only take one key witness to crack the case.
"Losing Davina still hurts as much now as it did then. I have a daughter who is a ringer for my sister and every time I see her it makes me think of her.
"I’m desperate for the case to be solved. I’ll never stop fighting to find out what happened."
At the time, it was believed she went to Germany looking for work.
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She was formally reported missing on December 27.
Since then there is no evidence showing she is still alive and her bank account is understood to have remained untouched.
Her family say she would never leave her mum and daughter and suspects foul play.
Gary, of Whalley, Lancs, and nephew Mel Coulson, 52, are desperate to find answers.
Gary said: "Davina loved her mother and worshipped her daughter.
"We were very proud of her, she would stand up for anyone.
"She was a good person and I’m not saying that just because she was my sister."
A Cambridgeshire Constabulary spokeswoman said: "The case is currently being reviewed and lines of inquiry identified so we cannot comment further."
Anyone with information should dial 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously.
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