The police offer rewards for information about teenagers who disappeared SEVEN years ago after they disappeared from her home
- The reward comes when a coronal investigation into her suspected death begins
- The 15-year-old was last seen leaving her Greenacre home at the end of 2012
- Her family believes that she might have been cheated after her disappearance
The police shared this photo of Katrina when she called for information about her disappearance
A reward is offered for all information about the whereabouts of a teenage girl who disappeared more than seven years ago.
Katrina Bohnenkamp was only 15 years old when she disappeared from her home in Greenacre in southwest Sydney in 2012.
The teenager has not been seen or heard since. A coronal examination will begin next week with the investigation of her suspected death.
The NSW government has not yet confirmed how much money they will offer, but they hope that the reward will lead to the arrest of the people involved, or will result in Katrina coming home to her friends and family.
When Katrina, now 22, left her home, she did not tell the other residents where she was going or when she would be home.
The 15-year-old (photo) was last seen in late 2012. Family actually showed her eyes blue, despite the police's appeal that she had brown eyes
The teenager often shared photos to her social media accounts (photo) until her disappearance
Some police calls and media attention claimed at the time that it was last seen on November 2, while other reports say the date is closer to October 25.
Relatives told the Sydney Morning Herald she has not used her bank accounts or social media pages since her disappearance.
The publication reported that her family believed she had gotten a wrong game.
The family also claims that crucial information released to the public was incorrect, including her missing poster claiming she has brown eyes instead of blue ones.
They claim they have asked to change the poster, but the current AFP online page for Katrina still contains the original information.
Early on there were reports that she was seen in Blacktown, Quakers Hill and Riverstone, but the police never confirmed official sightings.
The family previously claimed that they asked to change the poster of her missing person (photo in 2019) to say she had blue eyes, but it still hasn't changed
At that time, her half-sister Jaide said & # 39; sometimes I think someone did something to her, but other days I'm so fond of & # 39; & # 39; it's just Katrina, she's just taken off & # 39; & # 39;. & # 39;
A & # 39; Find Katrina Bohnenkamp & # 39; Facebook page was set up shortly after its disappearance, but the page is no longer active since May 18, 2017.
The NSW police will continue to investigate her disappearance and will hold a press conference on Tuesday with a family member to appeal for information.
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