Father of missing backpacker Amelia Bambridge fears she's been kidnapped

Amelia Bambridge was last seen on Koh Rong island early on Thursday.

(CNN)The father of a 21-year-old British woman who disappeared after a beach party on a Cambodian island fears she has been kidnapped.

Amelia Bambridge was last seen on Police Beach on Koh Rong island in the early hours of Thursday. An extensive search has been launched, with her family arriving in Cambodia to help with the investigation.
"I don't think she's had an accident," father Phil Bambridge told the UK's Sky News. "If she'd had an accident, she would have been found by now."
    More than 100 police officers and volunteers have been deployed to assist with the search, Lt. Gen. Salideth Peuo of the Cambodian National Police told CNN.
    Bambridge, from Worthing, West Sussex, had gone to the party on Wednesday, according to the Lucie Blackman Trust, a charity that highlights the plight of missing or jailed British travelers abroad. She was staying at a nearby hostel.
    The search continues for missing British backpacker Amelia Bambridge on October 27.
    But when she failed to check out of Nest Beach Club, the manager contacted Bambridge's mother, according to Britain's PA. Her handbag -- containing her wallet, phone and bank cards -- was discovered on a nearby beach, and her passport was found at the hostel, according to PA.
    In a Facebook post Tuesday, Georgie Bambridge said her sister had spent two years planning her solo trip to Cambodia.
    People search for missing British backpacker Amelia Bambridge on Koh Rong island.