Missing Sarm Heslop: Parents urge Raab to help investigation into her disappearance

The parents of a woman from Southampton who went missing in the Caribbean have written to the Foreign Secretary asking for help to find their daughter. 

Sarm Heslop, who's 41, went missing from a catamaran in the US Virgin Islands in March. 

In a letter, issued yesterday morning, they explain their frustration at the lack of information provided by operator of the catamaran on which Sarm was living and working.

Sarm’s parents, Brenda Street and Peter Heslop, continue with their heartfelt appeal to theForeign Secretary and ask for his assistance now to help further the investigation.

Last month, Brenda and Peter called for a full forensic examination of the vessel.

Sarm is described as 5 feet 8 Caucasian female of slim build. She has a bright colouredtattoo on her left shoulder featuring a seahorse, bird, butterfly and a pink flower.

A reward of $10,000 for anyone with information that leads to a significant breakthrough inthe case is offered and anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Sarm is urged to call Crime Stoppers USVI at (800) 222-TIPS