Sarah Everard: Serving Officer Was Arrested on Suspicion of Kidnap, Murder, Indecent Exposure – Detectives

Detectives investigating Sarah Everard’s disappearance says the police officer arrested in connection to the incident remains in custody.

The Met Officer in the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command is in his 40s, whose role was uniformed patrol duties of diplomatic premises.

The suspect was arrested on the evening of Tuesday, 9 March, on suspicion of kidnap.

Detectives have now added another charge of murder and allegation of indecent exposure.

The police also arrested a woman in her 30s yesterday at the same address.

She remains in custody.

Police continue to search locations in London and Kent, including a property in Deal and Woodland area near Ashford.

Police have made a referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct following the police officer’s arrest.

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