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Amelia Bambridge: Six men puzzled over lacking backpacker


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Amelia Bambridge was once final seen on the island of Koh Rong on Wednesday 23 October

Six males are being puzzled by police investigating the disappearance of a British backpacker in Cambodia.

Amelia Bambridge, 21, from Worthing, Sussex, was once final seen at a seashore event on the island of Koh Rong on Wednesday.

A number of of those being puzzled labored at bars on the in style vacationer island, a senior officer for the native drive acknowledged.

Ms Bambridge’s father, who has flown to the island to abet with the hunt, acknowledged he feared she had been kidnapped.

Virtually about 200 troopers and police comprise been procuring for Ms Bambridge.

The native governor acknowledged he notion it was once most likely she had drowned.

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Amelia Bambridge (third from left) had been at a seashore event the evening she disappeared

Ms Bambridge set off on her time out on 27 September and flew first to Vietnam, her family acknowledged.

She had been staying on the Nest Seashore Membership hostel on Koh Rong. Her family have been alerted to her disappearance after she did not comprise a study out.

On the evening she disappeared, she had been with mates she had met on the hostel who went to Police Seashore – named after its proximity to a disused police state of affairs.

Her internet – containing her purse, financial institution playing cards and cellular phone – was once discovered on the seashore and her passport was once discovered on the hostel.

Firm reported her “out-of-personality” disappearance after she did not return to the hostel.

Killed or misplaced

Predominant long-established Chuon Narin, police chief of Preah Sihanouk province, acknowledged divers, police, navy personnel, native volunteers and foreigners have been serving to probe for the 21-year-aged.

“The searchers function not comprise any data about her whereabouts they usually’ve expanded the preserve they’re in search of to make certain all possible web pages are checked,” he acknowledged.

“I can not disclose whether or not [Ms] Bambridge was once killed or bought misplaced within the island’s jungle.”

Her brother, Harry, who has travelled to Cambodia with assorted kinfolk to enroll within the hunt acknowledged the language barrier was once inflicting discipline.

“There’s nothing making sense and one thing’s not reasonably ravishing,” he acknowledged.

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