Police offer reward in search for Patricia Ann Gay

POLICE in Victoria are offering a $100,000 reward for information in an attempt to solve a year-old missing person case.

Patricia Ann Gay, 55, was last seen by her daughter around 10.30pm on Sunday, March 11, last year at her address in Malmsbury, about 100km north-west of Melbourne.

She was reported missing the next morning and had left behind vital medication and personal belongings.

Patricia Ann Gay
Patricia Ann Gay Supplied

Police are treating the disappearance as suspicious and are offering the reward has been issued for any information which leads to the conviction of any person involved in Ms Gay's suspected murder.

Homicide Detective Inspector Michael Roberts said he was confident there were people in Malmsbury who knew what happened to Patricia.

"We want those people to come forward to help bring some resolution for Patricia's family," Det Insp Roberts said.

"The smallest piece of information could help solve this crime, so we are asking anyone who knows anything, or may have seen or heard something, to come forward."

Ms Gay was last seen wearing pyjamas and is described as being 152cm tall, about 70kg, with short brown hair, a fair complexion and blue eyes.

Anyone with information about the disappearance of Patricia Ann Gay is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit

Topics:  melbourne missing person police

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