British yacht dealer sought in disappearance of Lisa Brown
Motorboat & Yachting: Spanish police are searching for a yacht dealer from Liverpool as a suspect in the disappearance 32-year old mother Lisa Brown. Police believe the Scottish woman may have been abducted.
Brown was last seen at her home in southern Spain, near Gibraltar, on 4 November.
Brown was first suspected missing when she failed to pick up her eight-year-old son from school in the town of San Roque, where she was living and working.
Spain’s Civil Guard police force, which is investigating the case, believes Brown may have been abducted by her boyfriend, Simon Corner, and taken to sea. Corner has also reportedly disappeared, and has not been seen at the marinas he regularly visited in his yacht.
Brown’s home has been sealed off and searched for clues and DNA samples. Dogs and divers have searched the area and the Guadiaro River near Brown’s home and found no trace, and the Civil Guard has enlisted the help of the Royal Gibraltar Police in their search for the missing couple.
Brown’s parents have travelled to Spain, and Brown’s former partner, Tony Tomillero, is looking after their child.
Brown is understood to have lived in Dumbarton, Scotland, before moving to Spain.
The Foreign Office has confirmed that it is liaising with local authorities and providing assistance to the family of a missing British national.