Investigators released information on a reward being offered in a New Haven missing person’s case on Thursday.
Police said Lisa Ann Calvo went missing on Oct. 6, 2005. She was homeless and living on the streets at the time of her disappearance.
"It's been over 10 years that we want some answers, just want some answers, my mother, brother, we want answers and somebody out there has to know something," said Calvo's sister Robin Morrel.
On the day Calvo went missing, police said she had moved into her parents’ home and entered into a drug-treatment program.
Police said Calvo was “known to frequent areas in the city's Fair Haven District.”
Calvo’s case remains unsolved and police said the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are unclear.
"She was just always a fun-loving person, just always wanted to be around people, had a smile on her face," said Lisa's brother Sal Calvo.
Police held a news conference with Calvo’s relatives to talk about a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.
"Its a difficult investigation, a lot of the leads have already been followed up, that's why we're happy we have the reward. Hopefully that will encourage citizens out there who may have information to come forward," said New Haven Police Sgt. Dave Zanelli.
Anyone with any information New Haven Police Department at 203-946-6316 or through the Anonymous TIP LINE 1-866-888-TIPS (8477).
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