Amelia Bambridge was last seen on the police beach on Koh Rong Island in the early hours of October 24.
On Thursday, Lucy Blackman's trust confirmed to CNN that a body found by police in the ocean was found near the waters of Thailand. hers. The group has been in contact with the Bambridge family, said its CEO Matthew Searle.
Provincial Police Chief Chwon Narin also confirmed to CNN that the body recovered belonged to Bombridge.
Police begin a large-scale search after Bambridge, i. from Worthing, West Sussex, was unable to check the hostel where he was staying.
She was last seen at a beach party and her bag ̵
About 150 people were involved in her search and about 100 were questioned about her disappearance, Narin told CNN on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Bumbridge's sister George Bambridge said her sister wanted to live her life to the full. This was Amelia's first time traveling alone and she was "excited to go, but she had a little nerve," says George.
The last time they spoke was on October 23, when Amelia sent a message to her sister to say how amazing the trip was.
"She wanted to explore the world, live a fulfilling life without regret," says George.