The NSW Police Force and NSW Government have announced a $500,000 reward for information into the disappearance of Jessica Zrinski

Jessica Zrinski, aged 30, was last seen in the Bossley Park area about 10pm on Sunday 27 November 2022.

Police were alerted of her disappearance on Friday 3 December 2022 when family members could not locate or contact her.

Officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command conducted extensive inquiries at the time before detectives from State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad took carriage of the investigation under Strike Force Keder.

Inquiries revealed Jessica was in the carpark of a hotel on Mimosa Road at Greenfield Park about 10pm on Monday 28 November 2022, before leaving in a blue Holden Commodore station wagon about 10 minutes later.

The vehicle is believed to have travelled west on the M4 motorway and Great Western Highway towards the Blue Mountains.

As part of this most recent appeal for information, police have released CCTV of Jessica in the blue Holden Commodore seen travelling through Horsley Park about 10.15pm that evening and Mount Victoria the next morning (Tuesday 29 November 2022) about 8.50am.

As inquiries continue, police are appealing for any additional witnesses who may have seen the car in those vicinities at those times.

Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism Yasmin Catley said she hopes the $500,000 reward will encourage anyone with information to come forward while Jessica’s disappearance is still so fresh in people’s minds.

“What happened a year ago would still feel like yesterday for Jessica’s family and the people who loved her,” Minister Catley said.

“As police continue their quest for truth, I ask anyone who has information about this case to come forward and assist police – before they come knocking on your door.”

Homicide Squad Commander Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said investigators will leave no stone unturned in their search for answers.

“We believe there are still people out there who have vital information about Jessica’s movements on the day she was last seen, and possibly, her whereabouts; information that could help solve this case,” Det Supt Doherty said.

“We want to speak to those people to enable detectives to provide some much-needed answers for Jessica’s loved ones.”

Jessica’s Mother, Michelle Barton, said she will never stop missing or looking for her daughter.

“Living life without my baby girl Jess has been the most difficult pain I’ve ever had to endure.

“I’ve loved her for her whole life, and I’ll miss her for the rest of mine,” Ms Barton said.

“All I can hope is there is someone out there who can help us find Jess so we – her family and friends – can lay her to rest and say our goodbyes.”

Anyone with information that may assist investigators is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.