WA Police have today stepped up their campaign for information on the disappearance of Rebecca Anne Delalande, who has been missing since 2001.
Ms Delalande was last seen at a home on Fortunella Grove, Seville Grove on November 5, 2001.
Detectives became aware of Ms Delalande’s disappearance in late 2017 as they conducted inquiries into an unrelated matter.
Further inquiries with Ms Delalande’s family and friends revealed she had not been seen or been in contact with them since November 2001.
“Rebecca was a young mother who had a network of family and friends who cared for her,” Homicide Squad cold case detective Senior Sergeant Craig Stephen said.
“She had infrequent contact with her family, and they had formed the belief that she had relocated to the Eastern States to establish a new life.
“We believe Rebecca was the victim of a serious crime and we are working hard to establish the circumstances surrounding her disappearance.
“Someone in the community will know what happened to Rebecca and we appeal to them to come forward with information.”
Ms Delalande was described as 161cm tall with a slim build, brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information regarding this matter is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where information is confidential and rewards are available.