$350,000 reward for information about Sydney woman's disappearance
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$350,000 reward for information about Sydney woman's disappearance

Police have announced a $350,000 reward for information surrounding the suspected murder of a woman in Sydney's west after her son escaped from jail last month.

Nadire Sensoy, who would now be 71, was last seen at her home in Prospect, near Blacktown, on December 6, 2018.

Police have announced a $350,000 reward for information surrounding the suspicious disappearance and suspected murder of Nadire Sensoy, 71.

Police have announced a $350,000 reward for information surrounding the suspicious disappearance and suspected murder of Nadire Sensoy, 71.Credit:NSW Police

She was reported missing five days later.

Mrs Sensoy's son, Salim Sensoy, 44, is on the run after breaking out of Glen Innes Correctional Centre in NSW five weeks ago.

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It is believed he used a tractor to escape.

Superintendent Stephen Egginton said Mr Sensoy's behaviour was one of a number of lines of inquiry police were looking at in relation to his mother's suspicious disappearance and suspected murder.

"Salim, give yourself up, mate," Mr Egginton said at a press conference on Tuesday. "We need to see you and we need to speak to you."

Police and family hold serious concerns for Mrs Sensoy's welfare.

Superintendent Egginton said her disappearance was in part being treated as suspicious because she made a number of appointments for the days after her disappearance, which it was "very out of character" for her to not attend.

Turkan Alagoz, Mrs Sensoy's daughter, said her mother had lived in Prospect for 40 years and was well known to neighbours, with some calling her "auntie".

"She wouldn't just up and leave without telling anybody," Ms Alagoz said.

"She always helped out where she could, whether that be driving them to and from the shops or passing on her baking treats.

"Please, if anybody knows where she is, or has some information that could help the police, please reach out."

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correction

An earlier version of this story said the Glen Innes Correctional Centre was in Queensland.

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