On the evening of March 3, Sarah Everard had dinner at his friend’s house in Clapham, south -west London. He left at 9pm and started walking home to his place in Brixton, about a 50-minute walk away. The 33-year-old, who Dressed a green rain jacket, blue pants, a knit cap and a light-colored face mask, talking to her boyfriend, Josh Lowth, on the phone for 15 minutes, hanging at 9:27 p.m. A doorbell camera from a house outside Clapham Common spotted him at 9:30 p.m.
And that was the last anyone, or anything, saw of him.
Lowth recounts that Everard disappeared the next day after he missed a meeting at work and he didn’t get her – which was not really like him, according to those who knew him very well.
“He’s always been a wonderful friend, putting everything down to be there to support his friends, whenever they need him,” Rose Woollard, who have known Everard since they were classmates at Durham University, Told the BBC on March 5, describing him as “beautiful, thoughtful and not really kind.”
Everard is excited about his new job as a retailer account manager, Woollard said, adding, “It’s very unnatural that he’s gone, so we’re all very worried that something has happened to him. he also told Mail Online that he had already talked to his friend on March 3, and “he’s fine. We talked about how boring our days were. I think he negotiated the lockdown like all of us. “