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Amelia Bambridge, from Worthing, was last seen by traveling companions in Koh Rong on Wednesday. The 21-year-old, who is on a gap year, was due to check out of her youth hostel at noon today to leave the island later on this afternoon with a friend. Amelia Bambridge, 21, from Worthing, was traveling alone for the first time on the island of Koh Rong, southwest of mainland Cambodia.
British backpacker Amelia Bambridge disappears in Koh Rong Cambodia https://t.co/xargOVLraz These middle class helicopter parents have practically wiped their backside until they are 16. They think everything is fluffy and wonderful in the world.
— S.Deperty (@sdeperty) October 26, 2019
A 21-year old British backpacker has vanished in Cambodia. Amelia Bambridge was last seen by travelling companions at a beach party in Koh Rong island at 3am on Oct 23. Her bag & personal items found on the beach & passport left at her hostel accommodation https://t.co/gxFD363Qq4
— No Going Home (@NoGoingHome1) October 26, 2019
She was last seen at a beach party 40 minutes from her hostel at 3 am on Wednesday.
- British gap year student Amelia Bambridge has disappeared in Cambodia
- Last seen at a beach party on the southwest island of Koh Rong at 3 am on Wednesday
- Mother Linda Bambridge, 52, is flying out to join search party of local police
Amelia Bambridge Age
Amelia Bambridge Age was 21 years
Amelia Bambridge Mother Linda Bambridge
Worried mother Linda Bambridge, 52, is taking an emergency flight to the island to join a search party of concerned locals and police. As she prepared to leave the family home in Worthing, Ms. Bambridge said: ‘I have got numbers of people to contact in Cambodia. ‘I’m going to Bangkok, getting another flight to the country, then transport from the capital to the coastline. ‘From there I will get a ferry, hopefully arriving at 2 pm tomorrow afternoon local time.’
Amelia Bambridge Phone, Purse, the handbag was found the beach
Amelia’s handbag, which had her purse, phone and bank cards in it, was found on the beach after a party held on Wednesday night. Her passport is still at the hostel, the Nest Beach Club. It is understood there are no lights from the beach to the Nest Beach Club, which is 40 minutes away.
Mother Linda Bambridge about her daughter
— Newpaper24 (@newpaper24) October 26, 2019
NATIONAL NEWS: Family files out in search for British backpacker Amelia Bambridge missing in Cambodia https://t.co/wLgFs3GARc
— Minster FM (@minsterfm) October 26, 2019
Her mother has now been told by the hostel’s manager that her daughter has “been declared officially missing”.
Her handbag, which had her purse, phone and bank cards in it, has been found on a nearby beach. The former BHASVIC student’s passport remains at the Nest Beach Club where she was staying.
Her mother, Linda Bambridge, who found out the news in the last hour, said: “This is very out of character, she is normally so
Linda Bambridge Last time conversations
Amelia’s sister Georgie, 19, is near her and said Amelia sent her family a message each time she had Wi-Fi.
She said, “She has a strong mind, is very sensitive and very organized.
“Last year, he looked for a woman on Google alone, viewed pages and blogs and solved everything.
I’m shocked, she has never done anything like this.
“I talked to her on Wednesday and she usually sends us messages from time to time when she has Wi-Fi.
“I told him to post lots of pictures online to see what he was doing. It’s terrible, but we have to be positive and it has to be found.
Amelia left the UK last month after completing an internship.
Ryan Harris, 18, who was part of the group that traveled with the 21-year-old through the Asian country, raised the alarm.
Ryan moved to another island to rejoin Miss Bambridge.
The Cambodian police were informed, but Ryan said that nothing was going to be done to Miss. Bambridge had been missing for 72 hours.
He said, “She was one of the first people I met here a week ago.
“I met them in Phnom Penh and went by boat to Koh Rong, spent a few days together and met other people in a large group.
We went to a neighboring island, but she stayed there with another girl I know who traveled with us on the ship.
“So I had to go back to Koh Rong after leaving my passport at the hostel. When I got there, two people told me that I was missing.
RETWEET – This is my friend Amelia Bambridge – Missing
Last seen: Police Beach Party – Koh Rong
Wearing a tropical print shirt.
Her bag has been found but passport not collected from hostel she was staying at
Read above for description #Cambodia #kohrong pic.twitter.com/7RfQLK2XPK
— Lauryn Drew (@drew_lauryn) October 26, 2019
“I assumed it would show, but since then I’ve been traveling to Siem Reap by bus for 12 hours and have not found it yet. It’s supposed to be in Siem Reap.
“In my experience, it’s not common for me not to return after a few hours, and it’s a small island.”
“Even if you go separate ways after a few drinks, you will see people again ten or 20 minutes later. I should have returned.
Ryan explained that the hostel had a passport to make sure the customers paid the bill, but Amelia had not returned to look for it.
“She did not come back and did not check what triggered a red flag,” he said.
Amelia was last seen in a shirt with a tropical print.
She has a cow tattoo on her forearm and two cat tattoos on her legs.