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Body found in Kent woodland identified as Sarah Everard

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Body found in Kent woodland identified as Sarah Everard

A body found hidden in woodland in Kent has been identified as that of Sarah Everard.

Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave made the announcement outside Scotland Yard today (Friday 12 March). 

He said: “On Wednesday evening detectives investigating the disappearance of Sarah Everard discovered a body secreted in woodland in Kent.

“The body has now been recovered and a formal identification procedure has been undertaken. I can now confirm that it is the body of Sarah Everard.”

Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave said: “I know that the public feel hurt and angry about what has happened, and those are sentiments that I share personally, and I know my colleagues here at Scotland Yard and across the Met share as well.

“I also recognise the wider concerns that have been raised, quite rightly, about the safety of women in public spaces in London and also elsewhere in the country.

“I want to say now that this organisation, and the men and women in it, remain committed to protecting Londoners wherever they are in this city.

“And that commitment is undiminished by these events and if anything that commitment is strengthened by these tragic circumstances.”

Published: by Radio NewsHub

Written by: YO1 Radio Web Team

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