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Owami Davies, 24, was last seen “in a vulnerable state” just after midnight on Derby Road, west of Croydon, on July 7 after leaving her family’s home on July 4 in Grays ,Ess*x.
A 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder on Tuesday at an address in South Croydon.
Police have released CCTV footage of missing nurse Owami Davies, 24, who was last seen on Derby Road on July 7.
The Metropolitan Police released a picture of Owami walking down Derby Road in west Croydon when she was last seen on July 7 and said she was “in a vulnerable state”.
On Monday, two men, aged 23 and 27, were also arrested in Croydon, Scotland Yard said.
Officers released Owami in a shop and CCTV footage of her walking down Derby Road the night she was last seen in the hope that she will help the public remember vital information.
Owami has been missing in south London for four weeks and three men have been arrested on suspicion of murder this week.
Owami, who has been missing for four weeks, was in the company of a man and was crossing the street when a white pickup truck stopped.
The truck driver would have had a fair chance to see them both clearly and officers are calling on the possible witness to come forward.
Detective Chief Inspector Nigel Penney said: “We are working hard to find Owami, but we really need the public’s help.”Owami is very vulnerable and the longer she is missing, the more we worry that she has been harmed.
‘Owami’s family is living a nightmare and desperate for news.
“I would ask anyone who thinks they can help to come forward, as the days go by, the Owami family’s anxiety will only get worse and your call could be the one they are praying for.”
Owami’s mother, Nicol Davies, said: “There are many friends and family who love and care for Owami and they all want to see her return safely.”
Police searched a property on Derby Road, west of Croydon. Police launched a missing persons investigation last month to search for the nursing student.
‘Owami: If she sees this call, she believes that she has no problem, we just want her to come back to us.
‘Please leave a message if you can to let us know you are okay, we are very concerned about you.
“This is such a terrible time for all those who love Owami and I urge anyone who can help find her to contact the police.”
Police said the three men who have been arrested remain in custody at a station in south London.
Detectives from the Met’s Crime Command have cordoned off a property on Derby Road, where Owami was last seen, as part of their investigations.
Student Omolade, 28, who lives next door, said he wants to move out of the area because of crime. Pictured: Police outside a property on Derby Road
Officers are at the scene where two gazebo tents were erected on the side of the home and the front door window was broken.
Student Omolade, 28, who lives next door, said he wants to move out of the area because of crime.
Police launched a missing persons investigation last month following the disappearance of Ms. Davies and requested information on her whereabouts.
The force called on the people of Croydon to check her sheds and outbuildings for anything suspicious after she was last seen in a “vulnerable state”.
The missing student has had no contact with family or work since her disappearance last month.
Detective Constable Marie Spear said: “Owami was in a vulnerable state when she was last seen and we need the public’s help to piece together her movements the night she disappeared.”
“I urge anyone who has seen her, or knows where she is, to contact the police immediately.
“I would also ask people in the West Croydon area to check out her sheds and outbuildings and report anything suspicious or out of the ordinary.”
On Monday they said: “Detectives from the Met Crime Command are now leading investigations to locate 24-year-old Owami Davies because they have the resources and experience necessary for a complex investigation.”
Any witnesses or anyone with information are asked to call the police on 101 quoting the reference 22MIS025307 or to contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously.