PHOTO: SOAS student, Samaria Ayanle, was Last seen 22 February at 3:15 AM at the Pelican Hotel, SW17 0BZ, wearing a black robe, black & white styled kaftan and an afghan jacket KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, March 14, 2024

PHOTO: SOAS student, Samaria Ayanle, was Last seen 22 February at 3:15 AM at the Pelican Hotel, SW17 0BZ, wearing a black robe, black & white styled kaftan and an afghan jacket

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that SOAS student, Samaria Ayanle, was Last seen 22 February at 3:15 AM at the Pelican Hotel, SW17 0BZ, wearing a black robe, black & white styled kaftan and an afghan jacket.

The family and friends of the 19-year-old have been informed.

She was last seen on CCTV footage at her university accommodation near Marble Arch in the early hours of 22 February. A body was found near Putney Pier later that morning.

Ms Ayanle was first reported missing to police by university staff on Friday. Detectives are appealing for anyone with information about her disappearance to get in touch.

The apparent discovery of Ms Ayanle's body last month came after police recovered the bodies of two men in the River Thames on 10 February while searching for alkali attack suspect Abdul Ezedi.

His body was later found on 19 February. The force on Tuesday launched an appeal for anyone with information as to Samaria’s whereabouts to get in touch.

A force spokesperson said officers “are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare and are encouraging anyone with information about her whereabouts to contact police”.

The Met said officers checked recent missing persons reports but the body did not match the description of any other persons reported missing at around that time.

The recovered body was sent to the coroner to conduct further checks and details were uploaded onto the UK Missing Persons database, the Met said.

Five days after Ms Ayanle was first reported missing on Friday, officers have now linked their inquiries to the 22 February discovery.

On Wednesday, they viewed body-worn video from the time and said they believed the person found was Ms Ayanle.

However, formal identification is yet to take place.

Ms Ayanle's death is being treated as unexplained and pending further inquiries, the Met said.

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