ROSIE Johnson went missing on the Isle of Wight without her phone or any cash.
Her family and boyfriend are appealing for help to find the young woman. Here’s what we know.
Rosie Johnson, 22, has gone missing in Wootton on the Isle of Wight.[/caption]
Who is Rosie Johnson?
The 22-year-old zoology graduate from Scotland was working at the PGL Little Canada kids’ adventure camp at Wootton, Isle of Wight, when she went missing.
Rosie is the niece of the politician Daniel Johnson, who is the Labour MSP for Edinburgh Southern.
Mr Johnson posted on Twitter: “My niece is missing. Could anyone with information please contact the police.”
She is described as having mousy brown hair, being of slim build and was last seen wearing a dark blue Puffa jacket and trousers.
When did she go missing in the Isle of Wight?
Rosie has been missing on the Isle of Wight since the weekend.
She was last seen at the PGL Little Canada activity centre in Wootton, where she works, on the evening of Sunday, June 23.
Rosie was seen outside the site next to a neighbouring creek at 10.15pm on Sunday.
Police officers and volunteers from Isle of Wight Search and Rescue, Hampshire Search and Rescue and the Coastguard spent Wednesday searching in and around Wootton Creek.
Rosie’s family is being supported by Hampshire Constabulary and being kept up to date with the search.
Her family has said her disappearance was totally out of character.
Boyfriend Brendan Storer posted an appeal by Hampshire Police on social media with the message: “Please please please share.”
Rosie spoke to her mother on Sunday, and was thought to be going for a walk.
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What are police saying about her disappearance?
Inspector Andy MacDonald said: “We are seriously concerned for her welfare.
“The search operation has taken place predominantly in Wootton Creek.
“There is forest and water — a real variety of challenges. Each building has been searched. This includes the children’s cabins.
“Information that we have suggests Rosie is still on the Isle of Wight.”
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