A 3rd man has been arrested on suspicion of murder by detectives seeking for a university student nurse who went missing in south London, the Metropolitan Law enforcement mentioned.
Owami Davies, 24, from Grays, Essex, still left her spouse and children household almost a thirty day period in the past on 4 July.
She was past witnessed just just after midnight on Derby Road, West Croydon, on 7 July but has not been viewed considering that.
The power claimed a 32-year-old person was arrested at an address in South Croydon on Tuesday in connection with her disappearance.
It follows the arrest of two men, aged 23 and 27, in the Croydon space on suspicion of murder on Monday.
They continue being in custody at a south London law enforcement station.
Detectives from the Met’s Professional Crime Command ended up searching a house in Derby Road on Wednesday as portion of their enquiries.
The home has been cordoned off and two gazebo tents have been erected to the side of the property and the window in the front door has been smashed.
Omolade, 28, a university student who life up coming door and did not would like to give his final identify, mentioned the police turned up at the dwelling at all around 3am on Sunday.
He mentioned he has viewed a “woman and a younger man” who dwell there, adding: “It truly is a spouse and children.”
Questioned about dwelling following to a potential crime scene, he stated: “It truly is just a minor little bit frightening because you just you should not know genuinely who your neighbours are.
“I will not talk to them or nearly anything but at the very least it is really terrifying, like just residing subsequent to a person you do not know just about anything about – it truly is just scary.”
Saying the hottest arrest, the Achieved Law enforcement mentioned: “This continues to be a missing man or woman investigation and our precedence is discovering Owami.”
The pressure additional: “Owami’s spouse and children are becoming kept up to date about the development of the investigation.”
Witnesses or any one with any facts about Ms Davies’ whereabouts can contact police on 101 quoting reference 22MIS025307 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Supply: The Sunshine