ANOTHER difficult milestone was faced this week by Rosalind Wright as she returned to Young to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of her daughter Amber Haigh.
Amber, a 19-year-old teenage mother of one, was last seen at Campbelltown Railway Station on June 5, 2002. The last person to see her alive was Kingsvale man Robert Geeves who had dropped her off at the station and reported her missing 14 days later on June 19.
Amber had been living in an “on-and-off” relationship with Mr Geeves and his wife Anne. When she disappeared Amber was a mother to a six-month-old boy fathered by Mr Geeves.
Despite extensive searches of the Kingsvale area and countless public pleas Amber is yet to be found.
Deputy state coroner Scott Mitchell formally found that Amber probably died in early June 2002 as a result of homicide or other misadventure.
Rosalind said the family had no futher updates on the case which is now in the hands of the unsolved homicide squad. She said she would not rest until Amber’s remains had been found.
A $100,000 reward has been offered by police seeing new information about her whereabouts.