Police to start out looking out Thames for physique of Abdul Ezedi
Police divers will start looking out the Thames for the physique of Clapham assault suspect Abdul Ezedi who they consider entered the river the evening that he doused his ex-partner and her two daughters within the chemical.
Detectives consider that the 35-year-old went into the water close to Chelsea Bridge in west London after the horrific assault on January 31.
Marine Policing Unit boats will deployed for the search which is able to happen at low tide right now.
Ezedi, from the Newcastle space, has not been since he was accused of pouring a powerful alkali on his ex-partner, and injuring her two younger kids, aged three and eight, in Clapham, south London.
The mother-of-two continues to be in a essential situation and sedated in hospital, with police saying she was ‘too poorly to talk’ as a result of her ‘vital accidents’.
The Met mentioned yesterday its predominant working speculation was the attacker had ‘gone into’ the River Thames after being seen leaning over the railings of Chelsea Bridge on the evening of the incident.
In a briefing at Scotland Yard, Commander Jon Savell mentioned: ‘We have spent the final 24 hours meticulously following the CCTV, and it is our predominant working speculation that he is now gone into the water.
‘We have checked out all the 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.’
Asked whether or not police have been keen to say that Ezedi was lifeless, Detective Superintendent Rick Sewart mentioned: ‘I’m ready to say that he is gone into the water and if he is gone into the water then that is probably the most possible consequence.’
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Police divers will start looking out the Thames for the physique of Clapham assault suspect Abdul Ezedi