THE face of murdered Logan schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer has been plastered onto four council buses, including a school bus that services Marsden State School, to continue to raise awareness and catch those responsible.
The bus wraps were launched in Park Ridge on Sunday and is part of the 'Justice for Tiahleigh' campaign that was kicked off by her mother Cyndi Palmer in May at Marsden State High School, where purple wristbands were handed out with 'Justice for Tiahleigh' written on them.
Tiahleigh was last seen when she was dropped off at Marsden State High School on October 30, 2015. Her body was found six days later on the banks of the Pimpama River.
“I think people need to not forget and the more we keep it out there the more it is going to help get someone to come forward, that is my mission,” she said at Park Ridge Transit on Sunday.
“The buses were my doing, it was what I wanted, I didn't know how else besides the other things I have been doing, it is just another step in my campaign.
“The slightest information could be crucial for police to catch the person or persons responsible for the horrific crime against my beautiful daughter.”
Ms Palmer said it was getting harder for her family to cope with their loss and said she just wanted answers as to what happened to her daughter.
“Someone knows something. If you are afraid to speak out or afraid to get in trouble just write a letter and send it to the police,” she said.
“We have a person or people walking our streets that have killed my daughter.
“It is getting harder, not easier, but I think that was to be expected, it has taken some time to sink in but you know we still have counselling and stick together as a family.”
More than 465 contacts have been received by police in relation to Tiahleigh's murder so far and Superintendent Dave Hutchinson said initiatives like the bus wraps increased information sent to police.
A $250,000 reward is available to anyone with information that may assist police in arresting and convicting those responsible.
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