Sarah Everard: What we know about her disappearance and the officer arrested on suspicion of murder

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    A serving Metropolitan Police officer has been arrested on suspicion of murdering missing Sarah Everard as Scotland Yard confirmed that human remains had been found in woodland in Kent.

    Wayne Couzens, 49, a married father of two from Deal in Kent, was arrested at home on Tuesday night, on suspicion of kidnapping the 33-year-old, who vanished in south London a week ago.

    Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/10/scotland-yard-officer-arrested-suspicion-murder-sarah-everard/

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