Missing nurse assistant’s family “desperately worried”


The family of the missing nursing assistant is said to be “desperately worried about her.”

The 32-year-old Petra Srncova is believed to have disappeared on her way home from work at Evelina London Children’s Hospital on November 28th.

She was reported missing by a worried colleague last week after not going to work. This is said to be very “bad personality” for her.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, Sunkova was discharged from the hospital at 7:45 pm on November 28, and is believed to have withdrawn money from an automated teller machine before boarding the two buses. The last time she was seen was around 20:22 pm in the Camberwell area where she lived.

The man has been arrested and detained in connection with her disappearance.

Harriet Harman, a member of Camberwell and Peckham, said the family of Sunkova in his native Czech Republic was “desperately worried about her.”

Harman said at a press conference on Saturday: She has been missing for quite a few days and she is only 32 years old.

“Her parents are desperately worried about her and we are responsible for helping her find her. She is away from her country and her family is here in our National Health Service. I was working at the service. “

Parliamentarians urged anyone in the area to have a CCTV or doorbell camera to check the footage.

She added: “As each day goes by, we become more and more worried. This is her community. We are all responsible for finding her.

“I’m really worried that a 32-year-old young woman will go missing and not go to work when she’s working hard.”

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L: A person has a missing poster of Petra Srncova on December 11, 2021. R: MP Harriet Harman will lead a search team to hand out a missing poster of Petra Srncova at Camberwell, London on December 11, 2021. (SophieCorcoran / PA)

Herman was joined by Camberwell Green Ward Councilor Draddixon File and Councilor Evelyn Akoto, a minister of health and welfare for the Southwark Council, to hand out posters of missing people to local residents and businesses. ..

Councilor Akoto said: If you know where she is, contact the police. “

Councilor Dixon File said the Camberwell Community Council is talking to members about how they feel about the safety of public spaces in the area “to make sure the area is safer.” Stated.

Sophie Corcoran