Nanny who was last visible in south london more than a month ago, is depressed and may be traveling by train regularly, appearing “dazed or confused,” police said.
The officers said that Owami Davis might be in “vulnerable state” while “seeking to engage with other single female travelers.”
24-year-old was last saw walking north along London Road in Croydon around 12:30 on July 7th
She had left her family home in Essex three days before.
The Metropolitan Police, who are investigating her disappearance as a missing person case, said. in statement on Thursday: “Ovami is depressed and in absence of her medicine can use alcohol to ease her depression.”
The British Transport Police (BTP) previously tweeted that Ms Davies makes frequent use of the rail and metro. network travel from Grays, Essex to Croydon in south London.
They are added she frequently uses West Ham and West Croydon stations.
BTP added: “Owami may still travel regularly on the railroad. in a vulnerable state that appears stunned or confused and possibly eager to engage in combat with other single female travelers.”
Formerly police officers five arrested people – two on suspicion of murder and three on suspicion of kidnap – in connection with investigation.
All five were released. on pledge.
After numerous calls to the police, members of in public reported potential sightings of Miss Davis in Croydon area.
Police searching thousands of hours of CCTV footage to try and verify if these were actually her sightings.
The officers said on tuesday someone corresponds to the description of Miss Davis has been spotted in Croydon since she was last caught on CABLE TV.
Earlier this week, Scotland Yard published a new appeal saying Ms Davies could be “in local area as well as in need of help”.
Mother drives me to despair public plea to help find the missing Owami Davis
Chief Detective Inspector Nigel Penny, who is leading investigation, said: “The search for Owami Davis is ongoing and we are conducting searches, appeals and extensive CCTV investigations in to track and find her.
“Let me remind you people that even if the detectives are from a specialist crime investigate it remains missing person investigation.
Mr Penny emphasized that the nurse or anyone who can help her no in trouble.
The Metropolitan Police said the National Crime Agency also working on a business.
Anyone with information Can call police on 020 8721 4622 or call remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 or online.