Desperate Search Continues for Fiona Holm’s Remains Amidst Murder Investigation

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Fiona Holm, who was reported missing on June 29 from the Catford area in south-east London, have released CCTV footage capturing her last sighting.


In the footage, Ms. Holm is seen walking briskly down a dark Verdant Lane on Tuesday, June 20, and she was never seen again.

Police believe she may have been murdered and are continuing their search for her body.

A man has been charged with the murder of both Fiona Holm and Naomi Hunte, who was found with fatal stab wounds in her Greenwich flat on Valentine’s Day 2022.

The 65-year-old suspect, who knew both women, is currently in custody.


Appeal for Information:

DCI Kate Blackburn, leading the investigation, has urged anyone who passed through the Verdant Road area on June 20 or had any interaction with Ms. Holm to come forward.

The missing person investigation did not lead to finding Fiona, leading the police to suspect that she may have come to serious harm.

As part of their ongoing investigation, they are trying to piece together Fiona’s movements in the days leading up to and including Tuesday, June 20, the last day she was seen alive.

Fiona was known to be a friendly woman who would engage with locals, and she was a familiar face in the Lewisham/Blackheath area.

Appeal for Witnesses:

DCI Blackburn is requesting information from anyone who knew Fiona or saw her from mid to late June.


If anyone encountered her during this time, the police are particularly interested in any signs of anxiety or worry she might have exhibited or if she shared any information about what was going on in her life.

Continued Search for Fiona’s Remains:

The investigation is still active, and the police are diligently searching for Fiona’s remains.

However, due to ongoing legal proceedings, DCI Blackburn is limited in the details she can provide about the case.

The family and friends of Fiona Holm are currently left in a state of limbo, unable to grieve properly, and are desperate to know what happened to her.

The police empathize with their situation and ask anyone with information to come forward.


Standard Procedure:

Following the death of someone involved in a missing person investigation, the force’s Directorate of Professional Standards has been informed, as it is standard procedure.

Contact Information:

Anyone who saw Fiona Holm or has any information regarding her disappearance is urged to contact the police at 101 or Tweet @MetCC, quoting the reference number 22MIS023317.

For those who wish to remain anonymous, they can call the independent charity Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.


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