Police say they are “increasingly concerned” for Sarah Everard’s safety, who has not been in touch with friends or family since then. Ms Everard’s last known location was near Clarence Avenue in South London. She had met a friend there as she was walking home at about 9pm.
Lambeth police tweeted: “We are increasingly concerned for missing Sarah Everard.
“She is 33 and from Brixton.
“She was last seen on 3rd March in the area of Clapham Common.
“She was wearing a green jacket and black and white trousers as on the photo.”
The police issued a photo alongside the tweet.
Ms Everand, a marketing manager, spoke to her partner for about 15 minutes on the phone that evening at approximately 9.28 pm.
A friend, Rose Woollard, told the local news site Brixton Blog she has not been heard from since that time.
Her friends believe that something happened to her after the phone call.
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It is also understood she had a white iPhone and green in-ear headphones.
Friends and family are sharing information on social media about the missing woman, and reaching out to contacts as far as Dubai and Lebanon.
In South London, they are retracing the steps she took to get home.
They have distributed flyers and shared posters within the local community.
Her family and friends made an announcement: “Sarah, we are here for whenever you are ready.
“We can listen, talk you through what help you need, pass a message for you, and help you to be safe.”