3 March: Sarah disappeared after leaving her friend Clapham’s house at around 9 p.m. She leaves her friend’s back gate and talks to her boyfriend for 15 minutes.
5. March: Sarah’s family shares missing posters from her after becoming increasingly concerned about still not being home, and spreads them online with links to the Missing People charity.
6th March: Police have issued an appeal claiming Sarah walked through Clapham Common and walked home on her way to Brixton, a 50 minute journey. They say they are not sure if she ever got home.
7th March: Police release footage of Ms. Everard and say she was walking alone on A205 Poynders Road towards Tulse Hill the last time she was seen on video surveillance that was not released to police.
8th of March: Specialist officers are drafted and 120 calls are received from the public. In a door-to-door operation, the police speak to 750 families.
9th March: Police are searching gardens near Ms. Everard’s Route and near Oaklands Estate.
The officers are also searching a pond in Clapham Common and draining along the A205.
Cordon around the Poynders Court residential complex on Poynders Road, forensic experts on site.
11:59 p.m.: Police officer Wayne Couzens was arrested in Kent on suspicion of kidnapping. A woman in her thirties is arrested on suspicion of assisting a perpetrator.
The neighbors say they spotted a Land Rover in which two men watched the property for two hours before about 20 officers raided the house.
March 10th: Specialized police search team arrives in Kent. They search Couzens’ house and gardens, as well as nearby Betteshanger Park, which is about two and a half miles from the house, and an abandoned leisure complex in Great Chart near Ashford.
8pm: Dame Cressida Dick confirms human remains were found while searching for Sarah in Ashford Forest, Kent. She could not confirm whether the remains belonged to the missing woman.
March 11: 10 am: Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was “shocked and deeply saddened by developments in the Sarah Everard investigation,” adding “we must work quickly to find all the answers to this horrific crime”.
Home Secretary Priti Patel added: “Every woman should feel safe walking our streets without fear of harassment or violence. In this deeply sad and tragic time as we think and pray for Sarah and her family.
4:00 p.m .: Police later confirm the suspect was hospitalized for a head injury before being taken back to a police station.
Ms. Everard’s family issued a statement recognizing that she was “a shining example to all of us” and added that she “brought so much joy into our lives.”
The Met reveals that an extension of the suspect’s detention has been granted by a district court while the woman arrested on suspicion of assisting a perpetrator is being released on bail to return to a police station in mid-April.
6:00 p.m .: organizers of a vigil for Ms. Everard say they are taking legal action against the Met after claiming the troop reversed their position to allow the event, scheduled for March 13th.
March 12th: The search is increasing in the tunnels carved into the White Cliffs of Dover and around Couzens’ former family garage.
The teams stay at Couzens in Deal and in a wooded area near Ashford where human remains have been found.
2 p.m .: Scotland Yard confirms the body found in the Kent Forest is Sarah. Your family has been informed.
9 p.m .: Wayne Couzens is charged with the murder and kidnapping of Miss Everard.