London police have one officer arrested in the investigation into the disappearance of Sarah Everard, 33. London woman has been missing for a week and has the case a lot of attention received in UK. The man was arrested Tuesday in Kent, a county bordering London. It is not known exactly what he is suspected of or if he knew Everard. A woman suspected of involvement was also arrested at the same location.
Everard was last seen walking home on Wednesday evening, March 3. It is not known if she actually arrived at the house, but nothing has been heard since then. According to his family, this is unusual. The police are also concerned for his well-being and take the matter high. The arrest by the police is a “serious and worrying development”, according to the police. He was not on duty the night of the disappearance.
Officers hit 750 homes along the route the woman was likely to travel for more information. At least 120 calls have been received by the police from people who believe they know more about the missing person. According to The Guardian police deployed detection dogs and searched for divers at a nearby pond. The police keep all options open and always ask for information to be shared. Police in London are calling on people on Wednesday to see if Everard can be seen on dashcam footage or security cameras.
metpoliceuk metropolitan police Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave made a statement on the latest disappearance of #SarahEverard. We urge you to keep checking the door and dash camera pictures, no information is too small. If you have any information, call the incident room on 0208 785 8244. https://t.co/AiupqzGBXO