A woman who disappeared almost nine months ago may have been murdered, police revealed today.
Lisa Bennett, aged 39, was last seen in a shop in Selly Oak, Birmingham, in May last year - and there has been no trace of her since.
Detectives investigating her disappearance today said they had found "no evidence" that she planned to leave - and said there had been no movement in the bank accounts since she was last seen.
Lisa is white, around 5ft 8ins tall, with short dark brown hair and a flower tattoo on her right shoulder.
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