New video emerges of missing Marnie Clayton the night she disappeared
17th January 2022

Missing teen’s dancefloor selfie on night she vanished: 18-year-old hugs friends in video just hours before she disappeared – as police are told she was later ‘arguing with man’ outside

  • Marnie Clayton, 18, was last seen leaving Atik in Windsor on Sunday morning
  • Police are appealing for information saying disappearance is ‘out of character’
  • Nightclub bosses have also released statement saying they are helping police 
  • Today new video has emerged of the teenager in Atik the night of disappearance
  • In the footage the teenager is seen laughing and dancing with a female friend 

A new video has emerged of missing Marnie Clayton partying in a nightclub just hours before her disappearance.

The footage shows the 18-year-old smiling, laughing and dancing with a female friend in Atik nightclub in Windsor, Berkshire.

The teenager, from Bracknell, was last seen leaving the club at around 2am on Sunday (January 16) and has not been seen or heard from since.

Witness have apparently told police that they believe Marnie was arguing with a man outside the club on the night she disappeared.

Nightclub bosses say they are helping detectives with their investigation into the teenager’s whereabouts.

Officers meanwhile say her disappearance is ‘out of character’ and they are becoming ‘increasingly concerned’. Police are appealing for information.

A new video has emerged of missing Marnie Clayton partying in a nightclub just hours before her disappearance


The footage shows the 18-year-old smiling, laughing and dancing with female friends in Atik nightclub in Windsor, Berkshire. The teenager was last seen leaving the nightclub at around 2am on Sunday (January 15) and has not been seen or heard from since.

A selfie taken by Marnie Clayton, 18, just hours before she went missing in the early hours of this morning after a night out in Windsor

The footage shows the 18-year-old smiling, laughing and dancing with female friends in Atik nightclub in Windsor, Berkshire

Miss Clayton vanished after leaving the Atik nightclub in Windsor town centre, half a mile away from the royal castle, at around 2am this morning

One witness is said to have seen Marnie ‘arguing with a man’ the night she vanished. The claim was posted on a page set up to bring together information about the missing teenager’s whereabouts

The new video comes after police released an image of Marnie, said to be the last taken of her before she disappeared.

In the photograph, taking hours before her disappearance, the blonde-haired teenager is seen taking a selfie in a lift with what looks like a female friend.

She is seen wearing an off-the-shoulder grey dress, a circle shaped necklace and a shoulder strap bag. 

Police say it is the last known picture of Marnie. The teenager’s own last social media post on Instagram was two days ago and paid tribute to her family dog who had passed away. 

‘You’ll always be my angel,’ she wrote in a poignant post which included a picture of the boxer dog. 

Meanwhile, one witness is claimed to have seen Marnie ‘arguing with a man’ the night she vanished.

The post, on a page set up to bring together information about the missing teenager’s whereabouts, said: ‘It is said that someone saw a man arguing with her outside the night club.

‘We don’t no (sic) for sure if he has taken her or she may know the man and went with him but will release more info when Thames Valley Police releases a new statement.’ 

Today club bosses have released a statement about missing Marnie, saying they are working with police to try and help find her.

In a post on a Facebook, the club said: ‘We are really concerned about the disappearance of Marnie Clayton and we have been working with the police all weekend on their investigation, and will continue to do so.  


Police are growingly increasingly concerned for the teenager’s welfare, with her disappearance labelled ‘out of character’

Her family reported her missing after she never arrived home and now Thames Valley Police are appealing to the public to help find her.

‘We join everyone in hoping she is found safe and well.

‘If anyone has any information, please contact the Police on 101, quoting reference 43220021633 and if you see her or think you’ve seen her, please contact 999.’

Appealing for information about her whereabouts, Detective Chief Inspector Jon Groenen, from Thames Valley Police, said: ‘I would also like to appeal directly to Marnie, if you see this appeal, please contact your family or the police to let us know you are safe and where you are.’

Miss Clayton is white with brown hair and a slim build. She is between 5ft2ins and 5ft4ins tall and was last seen wearing a grey dress.

She is known to frequent Reading town centre.

Anybody who knows of Marnie’s whereabouts is asked to call Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting reference number 43220021633.

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