Boyfriend of missing Sarah Everard ‘very worried’ with her family ‘distraught’

The boyfriend of missing Sarah Everard is “very worried” about her and has issued a heartfelt plea to find her.

Josh Lowth shared a Facebook post calling for help tracing the “strong, beautiful” marketing manager.

Sarah, 33, has been missing for six days after leaving a friend’s house in Clapham, south London to walk home to nearby Brixton.

She was last seen on CCTV walking alone along the A205 Poynders Road in Clapham at around 9.30pm last Wednesday.

Police cordoned off part of the road and a block of flats near to her last sighting on Tuesday afternoon.

Her boyfriend, also 33, posted on Facebook: “Sarah is still missing.

“Please share this post to help us to find her. Today, more than ever, we miss our strong, beautiful friend.”

His dad Chris told MailOnline : “We are concerned, like everybody is. We really, really want to see her back.

“The whole family is obviously very worried about her and just wants her home safely.”

Sarah reportedly spoke to her boyfriend on the phone shortly before she vanished on her walk home.

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Her uncle, Nick Everard, told the Evening Standard : “The family are absolutely distraught today and it’s getting worse as the days go on, we still have no more information.

“I don’t know London well but I fear there could have been some bad people about who approached her.”

Detectives released two new photos of Sarah on Tuesday as the search continued.

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They say there is “no information” to suggest she has come to any harm and are keeping an “open mind”.

The Durham University graduate had been due to arrive home approximately 50 minutes after leaving her friend’s house, but has not been seen or heard from since

Officers are appealing to anyone in the area with CCTV or doorbell footage to check it.

Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin said: “I want to remain clear that at this time we have no information to suggest that Sarah has come to any harm and we retain an open mind as to the circumstances.

“We share the wish of her family and friends to have her back safely with her loved ones.”

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