The sister of a woman missing from Dublin for 11 years is calling for a cold case investigation into the incident.
Berna Fidan is making the appeal ahead of the anniversary of Esra Uyrun's disappearance next week.
38-year-old Esra Uyrun lived with her husband, Ozgur, and two-year-old son Emin in Clondalkin in west Dublin.
At 7.15am on the morning of February 23rd 2011, she went to the shop and never came home.
Her car - a silver Renault Twingo, registration number '08 D 23067' - was later found in a car park at the bottom of Bray Head in Co Wicklow.
There has been no activity on her bank accounts or her Facebook page since that day.
Berna says it is suspicious that her small purse was found in the boot of the car.
"Maybe she was put in the boot and it fell out of her pocket?
"A little tiny purse like that you would - if you are going to leave it in the car - you could slide it in the little compartment next to the driver's seat, or in the glove compartment."
The case remains an unsolved missing person's case.
Berna wants it upgraded to a cold case investigation, but not to a murder inquiry.
"How can I say I want it to go into a murder investigation when I don't know if she's been murdered, or if she's even dead?", she says.
Berna, who lives in England, will return to Ireland on Saturday to renew her appeals for information on the case.
"We need some form of closure, because this has just been torture for us for the past 11 years now.
"It's the not knowing of what's happened.
"It breaks my heart to look at my mom's face, and she's looking at me for hope - that I will come back with some news".
Gardaí are appealing to anyone with information to come forward.
They can contact Ronanstown Garda station on (01)-666-7700 or the Garda Confidential Line at 1800-666-111.
Esra is described as being 5'3" in height, of normal build with dark green/hazel eyes and sandy blonde highlighted hair.
She has a sallow complexion.
On the day she went missing she was wearing black leggings, a dark top, light brown boots and a green or denim jacket.
Additional reporting: Jack Quann