Body found in park during search for missing nursing assistant Petra Srncova

Official identification has yet to be made but Petra’s family has been notified (Image: Met Police/UKNIP)

A body has been found in a park in south London in relation to
an investigation into the disappearance of nursing assistant Petra Srncova.

Police were alerted by a member of the public and responded to Brunswick Park in Camberwell around 11:40am this morning.

They found the body, set up a sling at the scene where the officers remained tonight.

The force is still awaiting official identification, but Petra’s family said it has been notified.

At this stage, death is being treated as unexplained.

Petra was last seen at around 8:22pm on November 28 in the Camberwell area after taking two buses from her workplace at Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

She was reported missing by a related colleague on December 3.

A missing poster was placed in the window of a store in the Camberwell area yesterday (Image: PA)

A man who was arrested in connection with her disappearance was released on bail earlier today.

Ms Srncova’s family was told by MP Harriet Harman on Saturday to Camberwell as ‘deeply worried’.

A Met Police spokesperson said: ‘Police have requested information to locate senior nurse assistant Petra Srncova missing from Camberwell.

‘At around 11:40 a.m. on 12 December, police were called by a member of the public to reports the body of a woman had been found in Brunswick Park.

‘Officers are still on the scene at the site. In the early stages, the woman’s death is being treated as unexplained. Pending official identification, Petra’s family has been informed of the development. ‘

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