Urgent appeal to find missing woman, 33, not seen since going for a walk

A plea for help has been made by friends and the police after a woman went missing while walking out walking.

Sarah Everard, 33, was last heard from at 9.28pm on Wednesday, March 3 and was last seen around Clapham Common, south London, while she was walking between Clapham Junction and Brixton.

Anyone with information about where she is or what happened is being urged to come forward, MyLondon reports.

Sarah's sister Katie shared the appeal online, writing an emotional post on Facebook.

It said: "No words. Please share and contact me if you hear anything." The appeal was shared hundreds of times by concerned friends.

She was last seen wearing a green waterproof jacket, navy blue trousers with a white diamond pattern, white trainers and green in-ear headphones.

She is 5ft 4in with blonde hair and a slim build. The missing poster described the young woman as "our dear friend".

Pal Phil Jones wrote on Twitter: "She was one of my podge team, that’s awful news, fingers crossed."

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A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: "We are increasingly concerned for the missing Sarah Everard, 33, from Brixton. She was last seen on March 3 in the area of Clapham Common.

"She was wearing the green jacket and black and white trousers as on the photo."

Anyone with information that could help tracking Sarah down is being urged to call 999 quoting reference 21MIS006196.

Sky Sports Formula One presenter Natalie Pinkham was among those to plead for help as she posted the appeal on social media.

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