Desperate search for young Sydney woman as detectives scour some of the city’s most famous spots

Grave fears for young woman, 29, after she vanished in inner Sydney as police scour some of the city’s most famous spots

  • Police launch a desperate search for missing Sydney woman Sarah Nguyen, 29
  • Left her inner-city home on Monday afternoon and hasn’t not seen since
  • Search launched, includes Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair

Police have launched a large scale search in some of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks, amid grave fears for a young woman who hasn’t been seen in three days.

Sarah Nguyen, 29, left her home on William Street, in inner-city Woolloomooloo around 2.30pm on Monday and hasn’t been seen since.

Police launched a public appeal after she was reported missing and now hold grave concerns for Sarah’s welfare.

Police hold grave fears for missing Sydney woman Sarah Nguyen (pictured)

Police hold grave fears for missing Sydney woman Sarah Nguyen (pictured) 

A large, coordinated land search was launched in the Sydney CBD on Thursday to include the Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair and surrounding areas.

Local police are being assisted by officers attached to the Mounted Unit, Marine Area Command, Public Order and Riot Squad, Central Metropolitan Region Operations Support Group Odin and Police Rescue.

Sarah is described as Asian, about 160cm tall, thin build, with long black hair. 

 She was believed to be wearing a blue dress and black jacket and carrying a black Tote handbag when she was last seen.

Anyone with information about Sarah’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


Source link

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Exercising in polluted areas could have adverse effect on the brain, research suggests 

Bacon Wrapped Carrots with Honey Glaze Sauce