The father of Amelia Bambridge, the British woman missing on Koh Rong island in Cambodia, has said he is losing hope that his daughter will be found alive.
The 21-year-old from Sussex went to a party on Police Beach with about six friends and was last seen at approximately 3am local time on Thursday (2100 BST on Wednesday). CCTV footage of walkways near the beach reviewed on Monday showed she arrived at the party at about 2am, but did not show her returning.
Her father, Phil Bambridge, and her brother Harry Bambridge joined more than 100 Cambodian officials and about 15 volunteers on Monday morning for a third day of searching the island and surrounding ocean. Amelia’s mother, Linda Schultes, arrived on Koh Rong later in the day.