Constance Watcho death: Police hope reward will reveal murder victim’s killer
Beryl Watcho appeals for information into her sister’s death. Courtesy: 9NEWS

Police hope a reward will unearth the killer of a woman whose bones were found in a bag at the base of Brisbane’s Kangaroo Point cliffs.

A member of the public found the remains of murder victim Constance Watcho, 36, in September last year, almost 10 months after she was last seen at Kangaroo Point.

Detectives will today offer a reward to help solve the crime and give Ms Watcho’s family the answers they so desperately want.

The mother-of-10’s family renewed another appeal for information in November last year about her death, describing her as a “beautiful person” who “loved live”.

Ms Watcho’s sister, Beryl, said after her sister’s disappearance, the family “lived in constant worry, praying every day for Connie to come home to us safe and well”.

She said their “lives changed” when her remains were found.

A sports bag by brand Urban Style, nearly one metre long, was found near Ms Watcho’s remains. The handles on the bag had been removed.

At the time, police are appealed for anyone who might have information about Ms Watcho’s boyfriend or their relationship to come forward.

“We’re seeking information from anyone that might [know] about Connie’s boyfriend, their relationship, when they saw them last, what they looked like or even how they seemed at the time when they last saw them,” Detective Senior Sergeant Warren Gibbs said.

“Those things would be very important for this investigation.”