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What happened to Lisa Govan?

It was 8 October 1999 when Lisa Govan was last seen near the Foundry Hotel in Karlgoorlie, Western Australia.

8/10/2019 1:00:00 PM

Twenty years ago, 28-year-old Lisa Govan went missing after a night out in Perth . Now her family has launched an extraordinary appeal for information.

It was 8 October 1999 when Lisa Govan was last seen near the Foundry Hotel in Karlgoorlie, Western Australia .

The night before, she had dropped her boyfriend off for an evening shift at the Superpit and partied at Safari Nightclub.The slim young woman was wearing a short black skirt, a long-sleeved top, sandals and a leather choker with a dolphin pendant. She never answered her phone, withdrew any money or contacted her family again.

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Lisa Joanne Govan went missing 20 years ago and has never been seen since. Picture: THEO FAKOSSource:News Corp AustraliaHer family have launched pictures of the area and newspaper clippings as “memory joggers” for those who may have seen her.Source:Supplied

launched a website filled with pictures and videos of Lisain an attempt to find their missing daughter in a case that has haunted them for two decades.“If you were living in Kalgoorlie in 1999 or had any connection to Kalgoorlie we ask that you cast your mind back for any information that may help us to bring Lisa home,” her parents Ian and Pat Govan wrote.

“It has been 20 years since she went missing and now is the time to make it right and bring her home.”The heartbroken parents said they are no longer holding at hope that their daughter is alive but simply want to put her to rest.“Ian and Pat are exhausted from their 20 year vigil looking for Lisa. They are tired of the bureaucracy, the false hope and the constant not knowing,” the site reads.

“The burden has taken a toll on their health and cast a shadow over every family event since Lisa went missing. No family should endure the pain and torment of a missing child.”Pat and Ian Govan just want to know what happened to their daughter. Picture: THEO FAKOS

Source:News Corp AustraliaLisa Govan was last seen outside the Foundry Hotel. Picture: THEO FAKOSSource:News Corp AustraliaSpeaking twenty years to the day since his daughter was last seen, Mr Govan said the family have been in “turmoil” since her disappearance and they believe she was in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.

The are asking anyone with information to come forward and the site contains newspaper clippings, videos and pictures of the pub in question in a hope that it will jog someone’s memory of events that day.Ms Govan’s mother Pat said she remained anxious and upset, but remembered her daughter as “like a butterfly” fluttering around, adding she “lived life to the full”.

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She said the whole family would be relieved if the case could be solved.“It would be better than winning Lotto,” she said.In 2017, Police conducted two raids in Kalgoorlie on properties linked to bikies, and a property in Perth.Police Commissioner Chris Dawson said at the time that people associated with the club were a focus of the investigation but not the only focus. A $250,000 reward remains on offer for information that leads to solving the suspected murder.

The family, has previously tried using a medium to get answers and is also using a Crime Stoppers appeal for information.Acting Commander Rod Wilde said any information, no matter how small, could provide a vital piece of the puzzle.“We have active lines of investigation that we’re working on,” he said.

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