THE mysterious disappearance of a 33-year-old who vanished as she walked home has left police and distraught family baffled.
Sarah Everard vanished after leaving a friend's home in Clapham, South West London, on March 3.
She should have arrived back home in Brixton around 50 minutes later but the marketing manager has not been since.
As the search reaches its fifth day, The Sun Online looks at the six clues surrounding Sarah's disappearance.
JOURNEY HOME ALONE
Sarah leaves a friend's home on March 3 at around 9pm.
She exits the house on Leathwaite Road, Clapham, through a back gate on to the A205 South Circular.
Sarah was wearing a green waterproof jacket, navy blue trousers with a white diamond pattern.
She is described as 5’4, blonde hair and of slim build.
Sarah begins walking the 50-minute journey back to her home in nearby Brixton.
The marketing manager is believed to have walked across Clapham Common.
Her uncle Nick Everard describes her as a "bright young woman, very sensible" who had lived in London "for a long time so I imagine was very streetwise".
CALL WITH BOYFRIEND
Sarah is on the phone to her boyfriend for around 15 minutes just before 9.30pm.
Her friend Rose Woollard said her phone signal was picked up last near Clarence Avenue.
This is between her home and where she left her pal's home.
Her other uncle Doug Everard says: "She was in touch with her boyfriend on a call and that is the last contact."
Police reveal fresh CCTV images of Sarah on the journey.
It shows her at the junction of Poynders Road and Cavendish Road at around 9.30pm, heading in the direction of Tulse Hill.
Sarah can be seen on the phone in the image but it is not clear if she is still chatting to her boyfriend or someone else.
She has not been seen since.
MURDER COPS TAKE OVER
Sarah is reported missing on Thursday after friends and family are unable to get in touch with her.
The Met also ask residents along Sarah's route home to check their CCTV and dashcam footage.
Police say they are "increasingly concerned" as ponds and bins on Clapham Common are searched.
Murder cops have now taken over the investigation, which is still being treated as a missing person's probe.
They say there is no information to suggest "anything untoward" happened to Sarah.
Nick Everard pleads with any potential abductors to "just to be human and to let her come home"
PHONE SWITCHED OFF
Sarah's family reveal her phone is off and she is not receiving messages.
Her uncle Nick Everard says this is "out of character" for Sarah.
He added: “She didn't have any troubles and was fit and healthy. She was happy, she had just started a new job and she had a boyfriend," he said.
“She is a lovely person. She would never just take time out without contacting her family. It would be completely out of character.
“Her mobile phone is not ringing and she’s not received any WhatsApp messages we’ve been sending her."
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 3309/06MAR.
Information can also be provided anonymously by calling the Missing People charity on 116 000.
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