Victoria police have announced $1 million reward for information about missing teenager Siriyakorn 'Bung' Siriboon.
Good morning for information about missing teenager Siriyakorn 'Bung' Siriboon.
There's been no trace of the then 13-year-old since she left her Boronia home for school in June 2011.
Reporter Cameron Baud joins me now.
Bung's family was at this morning's announcement?
That's right, Ann.
Both her mother and step father were at and step father were at the press conference this morning.
The toll this 2.
5 year ordeal has been taken, can be seen by the fact that her mother had to excuse herself due to her overwhelming emotion.
They both feel there's little genuine information on her whereabouts since vanishing 2.
5 years ago.
ment detectives say a 24-year-old man interviewed twice remains a person of interest.
The hope is though that an accessory of the person who took her will be prompted to come forward by this $1 million reward.
The worst part of this investigation is that it involves a 13-year-old schoolgirl walking to school in the morning.
And I think it goes to the heart of all of us that such a thing can happen in our society.
There are more victims than just the family.
There is the neighbours, the school friends, and the wider school population.
All of them want answers.
It's like living in limbo.
Plans get put on hold.
Some days are more difficult than others and ask questions why, why is it us.
And it's time for somebody to come and say something.
Somebody knows what's going on.
And as part of the reward, anybody who can identify the person who took Bung Siriboon may also