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Police and volunteers in Cambodia are searching for a missing British woman last seen by friends in the early hours of Thursday at a beach party on the island of Koh Rong. Amelia Bambridge, 21, from Worthing in Sussex, went to a party on Wednesday at Police Beach , which is popular with backpackers and located off the south-west coast of the South-East Asian country.
Her handbag, containing her phone and bank cards, was found on the beach on Thursday but she has not been seen since the event. Concern was raised on Thursday when Bambridge was not seen at the Nest Beach Club hostel on Koh Rong, where she had stayed and left her passport. She also failed to meet a friend for a scheduled ferry trip. On Saturday morning police teams and volunteers searched the island and the surrounding ocean for signs of her.
Georgie said that after her backpacking trip Amelia, a former student of Brighton Hove and Sussex sixth form college, planned to train as an English language teacher in Vietnam, where her father works. The police started involvement in the search party this [Saturday] morning. He went to a Police Beach party on the night he arrived on the island.
Ryan did not return to Police Beach for the party Bambridge attended on Wednesday, just before she went missing. The last time she saw her she was fine. In a year-old US tourist named Katherine Grgich was killed on Koh Rong in what police said was an aggravated robbery that escalated to murder. A local man was identified as a suspect but no one has been brought to trial for the death. Topics Cambodia The Observer. Asia Pacific. Reuse this content. Most popular.