The British Police gives greater than 23,000 euros for details about the acid attacker | EUROtoday

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The London Metropolitan Police (Met) supplied this Sunday a reward of 20,000 kilos (23,290 euros) for data on the whereabouts of Abdul Ezedi, whom he accuses of a acid assault final Wednesday in opposition to a girl and her two daughters.

Commander Jon Savell of the Met warned in a press release that “Anyone who is helping Ezedi evade capture -if he harbors or assists him- be detained”.

Scotland Yard revealed that the final time the person was seen suspicious 35 12 months outdated It was on Wednesday at 21:33 GMT when leaving London's Tower Hill underground station, a few hours after finishing up the assault within the Clapham neighborhood in south London.

Previously, the Police had unfold different pictures in a grocery store and a north London tube station that confirmed him with a critical harm to his proper eye and cheek.

Savell reported this Sunday that the analyzes of the compound used within the assault in opposition to the 31-year-old girl and her daughters of 8 and three, recognized to the alleged perpetrator, point out that it’s “a very strong concentrated corrosive substance, which can be liquid sodium hydroxide or liquid sodium carbonate.”

The brokers now examine whether or not it’s the similar as that comparable to empty containers discovered at dwelling of Ezedi in Newcastle (northeast of England), whereas they’ve additionally made different information in London.

The Met, in addition to a refugee help group that assisted Ezedi – supposedly from Afghanistan, who obtained asylum within the Kingdom in 2021 or 2022 -, made a attraction for voluntary give up.

The oldest sufferer stays sedated in a London hospital with accidents that would depart critical penalties, whereas these of the women are much less critical than thought, in response to the Police.