Police scour creek close to adventure camp where missing zoology graduate, 22, was last seen alive three days ago – as her boyfriend and Labour MP uncle appeals for help to find her as the major search efforts continue to locate Rosie. She has lived on the Isle of Wight since February after she took a job with the Island-based adventure camp.
Her parent are now located on the Island and they are being assisted by specialist officers from Hampshire Constabulary at this very distressing time
The hunt for a Zoology graduate Miss Johnson who went missing on the Isle of Wight three days ago is centred on a coastal creek today and is totally out of character
Police volunteers from WightSAR and two coastguard search and rescue teams are looking for Rosie Johnson – who went missing from the Little Canada PGL Adventure camp where she worked in Wootton, on the north of the island near Cowes.
Divers and Coastguard mud rescue teams have been searching water near to the Sloop Inn sluice gate in Wootton Creek this afternoon, close to where she was last seen in the early hours on Sunday.
Search teams have been working in thick woodland attempting to locate the missing woman without success
Police are still appealing for anyone with information to contact them on 101.