The mother of a woman who has been missing for three years is urging the President of the United States to find her.

Sarm Heslop, a former air hostess from Southampton, went missing from catamaran Siren Song off the coast of St John in the early hours of March 8, 2021.

The 41-year-old was living with her American boyfriend Ryan Bane in the US Virgin Islands.

The pair were working on the boat owned by Mr Bane at the time of Sarm’s disappearance.

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Speaking to Sky News, Sarm’s mother Brenda Street said she has called on the help of President Biden to find her beloved daughter.

She said: “I emailed President Biden.

“But he didn't reply. I'm asking for his assistance, for some department of his to help us.”

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Ms Street, of Ongar, Essex said earlier this month she believes Sarm was murdered.

The 67-year-old said: “I don’t believe Sarm just went missing. I believe she was murdered. I want justice for her.

“I want to bring her home so I know where she is – she deserves that.”

After three years without answers, Ms Street, of Ongar, Essex, says she feels “let down” by police on the Caribbean tourist hotspot and “hatred” for Mr Bane, whom she accuses of not doing enough to help find her daughter.

The family now have an investigator, a former Metropolitan Police commander of homicide and serious crime, who is helping them look into the case as they await updates from the force on the island.