GoFundMe reaches £10,000

A huge thank you to everyone that has fundraised and donated to Sarm’s GoFundMe page. We have now raised over £10,000! A reward of up to $10,000 is offered for anyone that comes forward with information leading to a breakthrough in the investigation. Anyone that has any information at all… Continue reading...

Update – Parents Send Letter to Foreign Secretary

As we approach six months since Sarm went missing we have reached a brick wall in the progress of the investigation into her disappearance. On behalf of Sarm’s parents we have written to the Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, to request his assistance and further involvement from the Foreign, Commonwealth &… Continue reading...

5 months

It’s been 5 months since Sarm went missing. 5 months without hearing her laugh. 5 months of not knowing what’s happened to her. 5 months and still no answers. We continue to do all we can behind the scenes to push the authorities to keep investigating her disappearance and to… Continue reading...

4 Month Update

4 months missing… #FindSarm 41 year old Sarm Joan Lillian Heslop went missing from a catamaran from St. John in the US Virgin Islands in the early hours of Monday March 8, 2021. Sarm is a Caucasian female, approximately 5ft 8ins, of athletic build, with long dark brown hair. She… Continue reading...

14 Week Update

It’s been 14 weeks since Sarm Heslop went missing from St John, USVI. With so many unanswered questions, The Virgin Islands Consortium and others continue to report on Sarm’s disappearance, urging the Virgin Islands Police Department to keep pushing the investigation forwards: #FindSarm 41 year old Sarm Joan Lillian Heslop… Continue reading...

3 Month Update

3 months missing and we will not stop looking for you ❤️ #FindSarm 41 year old Sarm Joan Lillian Heslop went missing from a catamaran from St. John in the US Virgin Islands in the early hours of Monday March 8, 2021. Sarm is a Caucasian female, approximately 5ft 8ins,… Continue reading...

11 Week Update

It’s been 11 weeks since Sarm Heslop went missing from the US Virgin Island of St John. We are still pushing for news, asking questions and trying to keep Sarm in people’s hearts and minds and it’s intensely frustrating we don’t have any information to share. We would like to… Continue reading...