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Who was Sarah Everard?

Sarah Everard was a woman who worked as a marketing executive for a digital media agency.

What Happened to Sarah Everard?

Sarah Everard went missing
Sarah Everard went missing

Earlier this month, Everard disappeared while walking home to Brixton after visiting a friend in Clapham–both are 50 minutes away from each other on foot.

On March 3, Everard left Clapham at 9 PM and is believed to have walked through Clapham Common, a large park, while on the way home. After she left, Everard spoke to her boyfriend on her mobile phone for around 14 minutes and was last spotted in the footage of a doorbell camera at 9:28 PM.

A day later, on March 4, Everard’s boyfriend contacted the police to report that she was missing. The police then sought public help in tracing her whereabouts and posted tweets to elicit responses from Londoners.

Sarah Everard’s deadbody found in Ashford, Kent

Sarah Everard's deadbody found in Ashford, Kent
Sarah Everard’s dead body found in Ashford, Kent

Human remains were found in an area of woodland in Ashford, Kent, during the police’s search for Everard on Wednesday. Police have now sadly confirmed that it is the body of Sarah Everard. On Friday evening police confirmed they had charged a serving Metropolitan Police officer with her kidnap and murder.

On Thursday, the family of Sarah Everard paid tribute to her as a “shining example to us all”.

In a statement released on their behalf by the Metropolitan Police, the 33-year-old marketing executive’s family said she was “bright and beautiful”.

They said: “Our beautiful daughter Sarah was taken from us and we are appealing for any information that will help to solve this terrible crime.

“Sarah was bright and beautiful – a wonderful daughter and sister. She was kind and thoughtful, caring and dependable. She always put others first and had the most amazing sense of humor.

“She was strong and principled and a shining example to us all. We are very proud of her and she brought so much joy to our lives.

“We would like to thank our friends and family for all their support during this awful time and we would especially like to thank Sarah’s friends who are working tirelessly to help.”

Who has the police arrested?

According to the New York Times, London’s Metropolitan Police (also called Scotland Yard or Met) then searched around 750 homes in South London, as well as the ponds in Clapham Commons park, and subsequently extended their search to the county of Kent in southeastern England.

Then, this week on Tuesday (March 9), the police made two arrests—the first was a 48-year-old police constable, Wayne Couzens, on suspicion of kidnapping, and the second was a woman in her 30s on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Couzens, who had been with the Met for two years, had first been posted in South London and was most recently serving in the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command, the unit tasked with protecting UK’s Parliamentary estate and embassies in London. The police said that Couzens had not been on duty at the time of Everard’s disappearance.

Wayne Couzens: Sarah Everards Murderer
Wayne Couzens: Sarah Everards Murderer

According to reports in The Guardian and the NYT, Couzens is also suspected of indecent exposure in a separate incident—which the police watchdog is now investigating.

On Wednesday (March 10), the police discovered bodily remains in a wooded area of Ashford town in Kent, and on Friday (March 12) confirmed, through the use of dental records, that the body belonged to Everard.

Announcing Couzens’s arrest, Met assistant commissioner Nick Ephgrave said, “This is a serious and significant development in our search for Sarah, and the fact that the man who’s been arrested is a serving Metropolitan police officer is both shocking and deeply disturbing”.

Met commissioner Dame Cressida Dick said that the arrest sent “shockwaves and anger through the public and through the Met.” She added, “I speak on behalf of all my colleagues when I say that we are utterly appalled at this dreadful, dreadful news. Our job is to patrol the streets and to protect people.”

On Friday (March 12), Couzens was charged with Everard’s kidnapping and murder after authorization from the Crown Prosecution Service. After appearing before a magistrate’s court on Saturday (March 13), Couzens has been remanded in custody and will be brought before the Central Criminal Court (also called Old Bailey) on Tuesday (March 16).

Public’s Response to Sarah Everard’s Murder

The disappearance and death of Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive from South London, and the arrest of a police officer accused of murdering her, has sparked a national outcry in the United Kingdom over violence against women.

Speaking about Everard and her family, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday, “I cannot imagine how unbearable their pain and grief is. We must work fast to find all the answers to this horrifying crime,” adding, “I will do everything I can to make sure the streets are safe and ensure women and girls do not face harassment or abuse.”

London mourners detained by the Police at Sarah Everard vigil

Johnson and his fiancée Carrie Symonds lit a candle on Saturday in tribute to Everard, as did Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Wales’s First Minister Mark Drakeford said that people should “ignite a fire for change”.

Sarah Everard Biography, Wiki

Sarah Everard was born in 1987 in Surrey. By profession, she was a marketing executive for a digital media agency. She attended Fulford School. She read Human Geography at St Cuthbert’s Society, Durham University, from 2005 to 2008. At the time of her death, Everard lived in the Brixton Hill area.

On the evening of 3 March 2021, Sarah Everard, a marketing executive, disappeared in South London. Living at the time in London’s Brixton Hill area, she went missing after leaving a friend’s house near Clapham Common to walk home.

On 9 March, Wayne Couzens, a Metropolitan Police officer with the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection unit, was arrested in Deal, Kent, firstly on suspicion of Everard’s kidnapping and later on suspicion of her murder. On 10 March, her remains were discovered in woodland near Ashford, Kent. Couzens was charged with kidnapping and murder two days later, following identification of the remains as those of Everard.

Sarah Everard Biography
Sarah Everard
Real NameSarah Everard
Nickname Sarah
Profession Marketing executive
Famous ForMarketing executive
Boyfriend/Husband NameNot Known
Physical Status 
Age33 Years
HeightIn centimeters- 153 cmIn meters- 1.5 mIn Feet Inches-5.3
WeightIn Kilograms- 60 kgIn Pounds- 110 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Shoe Size5 US
Personal Information
Date of Birth 1987
Birth PlaceSurrey
Zodiac signNot Known
NationalityEnglish
School NameFulford School
College NameDurham University
QualificationsGraduate
Family Profile
Father NameNot Known
Mother NameNot Known
Siblings [Brother]Not Known
Children NameNot Known
Career 
Source Of IncomeMarketing executive
Appeared InMarketing executive
Net Worth, SalaryNot Known

Sarah Everard Boyfriend

Everard’s boyfriend has been part of the story from the beginning. When details of her disappearance were released last weekend, police confirmed that she had made a 15-minute phone call to her boyfriend after leaving her friend by Clapham Common. They ended the call after arranging to meet. He raised the alarm to police the next day when his girlfriend failed to turn up (CCTV from an estate agent on the corner of the street where she lives showed no sign of her passing and returning to her flat).

Everard’s boyfriend has been named as Josh Lowth, 33, a marketing director at a company that organises trade shows called MA Exhibitions, according to his LinkedIn page. According to loved ones, Lowth lives just a couple of streets from Everard in Brixton.

Sarah Everard's boyfriend Josh Lowth
Sarah Everard’s boyfriend Josh Lowth

Like many of Everard’s friends, Lowth has been front and center of the search to find her. On Monday, The Sun shared a screenshot of his Facebook status urging people to share the post about his girlfriend. “Today, more than ever, we miss our strong, beautiful friend,” he wrote alongside the hashtag #internationalwomensday and an illustration from artist Charlie Mackesy begging people to join the search. He also changed his profile picture to the words ‘Find Sarah Everard’.

Sarah Everard Family

Everard’s parents, siblings, cousins, aunts and uncles were all part of the search and are said to be naturally “distraught”.

Her father Jeremy, 67, is a professor of electronics at York University, and her mother Sue, 64, works in charity. They live in York, where Everard grew up, and are understood to have traveled to London since their daughter’s disappearance.

Everard’s two older siblings Katie and James are also believed to be helping in the search and are said to be “shocked and stunned” by the arrest of a police officer in the investigation, according to their uncle, Nick Everard.

The same uncle on Wednesday said it was “unbelievable” that a serving police officer has been arrested in connection with her disappearance. He had previously said that he feared she had been abducted by “bad people” but has been left shattered by the news that a serving police officer was arrested.

“It’s difficult to get your head round,” he told the Standard, adding that he had no idea if his niece had known the officer who is now being questioned by detectives.

Sarah Everard Friends

Like Lowth, Everard’s friends have been at the epicenter of the hunt for the missing marketing executive, changing their profile pictures to ‘Find Sarah Everard’ and calling their friend “beautiful” and “strong”.

Earlier in the evening, Everard disappeared she had visited a friend in Leathwaite Road – a tree-lined street with multi-million-pound properties on the edge of Clapham Common. She is believed to have a large circle of friends in the area, a popular postcode among Durham graduates.

A former course-mate Rose Woollard told BBC News she had spoken to Everard earlier that day and she was “fine”. “We talked about how boring our days have been. I think she was dealing with lockdown like we all are.”

Woollard also told the BBC that Everard had called her every day when her own mother passed away. “She’s really caring, thoughtful, and never has a bad word to say about anyone ever,” she said, adding that Everard “has always been an exceptional friend, dropping everything to be there to support her friends, whenever they need her.”

Sarah Everard FAQ’s

Who was Sarah Everard?

Sarah Everard was born in 1987 in Surrey. By profession, she was a marketing executive for a digital media agency. She attended Fulford School. She read Human Geography at St Cuthbert’s Society, Durham University, from 2005 to 2008. At the time of her death, Everard lived in the Brixton Hill area.

What happened to Sarah Everard?

On the evening of 3 March 2021, Sarah Everard, a marketing executive, disappeared in South London. Living at the time in London’s Brixton Hill area, she went missing after leaving a friend’s house near Clapham Common to walk home.

Who murdered Sarah Everard?

Sarah Everard was murdered by a police officer named Wayne Couzens.

Who is Sarah Everard’s boyfriend?

Everard’s boyfriend has been named Josh Lowth, 33, a marketing director at a company that organizes trade shows called MA Exhibitions, according to his LinkedIn page. According to loved ones, Lowth lives just a couple of streets from Everard in Brixton.

Is Sarah Everard alive?

No, Sarah Everard is not alive now. Human remains were found in an area of woodland in Ashford, Kent, during the police’s search for Everard on Wednesday. Police have now sadly confirmed that it is the body of Sarah Everard. On Friday evening police confirmed they had charged a serving Metropolitan Police officer with her kidnap and murder.

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