Sarah Everard disappearance: Arrest of officer ‘shocking and deeply disturbing’

Met Police Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave has said it’s “shocking and deeply disturbing’ that a serving police officer has been arrested over the disappearance of Sarah Everard.

Ms Everard, 33, was last seen in Clapham at about 21:30 GMT on 3 March.

The Met said officers had visited 750 homes in the area as part of the investigation and the force had received more than 120 phone calls from the public.

Read more: Met officer held over Sarah Everard disappearance

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