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Two our bodies have been discovered within the River Thames lower than a mile aside, in response to the Metropolitan Police.

This comes after the drive introduced that it believed it was doubtless that suspected Clapham acid attacker Abdul Shokoor Ezedi had entered the water. However, the Met has mentioned they don’t consider both physique is linked to Ezedi.

Police have been referred to as to separate discoveries of our bodies within the water. The first was discovered close to HMS Belfast, which is in between Tower Bridge and London Bridge, at 10:13am on Saturday morning. The second was recovered within the east of town in Limehouse at 10:39am.

The police are working to verify the identities of the 2 deceased folks.

In the wake of the invention of the primary physique close to HMS Belfast, a police spokesman mentioned: “Police were called at about 10:13hrs on Saturday, 10 February following reports that the body of a man was recovered from the river near to the HMS Belfast.

“Officers are working to verify the person’s id and inform his subsequent of kin. The dying is being handled as sudden pending additional enquiries.”

Following the second discovery the spokesperson said: “Police have been referred to as at 10:39hrs on Saturday, 10 February. The physique of a person was recovered from the water in Limehouse, E14. Officers are working to verify the male’s id and inform subsequent of kin. The dying is being handled as sudden pending additional enquiries.”

The spokesperson added: “We don’t consider both physique is linked to Ezedi investigation.”

Ezedi was last seen on Chelsea Bridge just before 11:30pm on January 31.

Speaking at Scotland Yard, Commader Jon Savell said police had spent 24 hours “meticulously” combing through CCTV and their “major working speculation” was that Ezedi had gone into the river.

He said: “We have checked out the entire obtainable cameras and angles, and with the help of Transport for London and CCTV from buses that have been travelling over the bridge on the related time, and there’s no sighting of him coming off the bridge.”

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