Plea to find ‘dear friend’ who went missing on walk from Clapham Junction to Brixton

A plea for assist has been made by associates and the police after a lady went missing whereas strolling between Clapham Junction and Brixton.

Sarah Everard, 33, was final heard from at 9.28pm on Wednesday, March 3 and was final seen within the space of Clapham Common.

Anyone with details about the place she is or what occurred is being urged to come ahead.

She was final seen carrying a inexperienced waterproof jacket, navy blue trousers with a white diamond sample, white trainers and inexperienced in-ear headphones.

She is 5ft 4in with blonde hair and a slim construct.

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Pleas have been issued to assist find Sarah Everard

The missing poster described her as ‘our expensive pal’.

Acquaintance Phil Jones posted on Twitter: “She was one in all my podge crew, that’s terrible information, fingers crossed.”

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police mentioned: “We are more and more involved for the missing Sarah Everard, 33, from Brixton. She was final seen on March 3 within the space of Clapham Common.

“She was carrying the inexperienced jacket and black and white trousers as on the picture.”

Anyone with info that would assist monitoring Sarah down is being urged to name 999 quoting reference 21MIS006196.

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