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Bodies found in River Thames 'not linked' to chemical attack suspect Abdul Ezedi

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Two bodies discovered in the River Thames are "not linked" to chemical attack suspect Abdul Ezedi, police say.A search remains ongoing for the convicted sex offender who allegedly doused a mum and her two children with a chemical in Clapham, South London.

The incident, which took place on January 31, is said to have left the victim with "life-changing injuries".As reported in the Mirror, Ezedi was last seen on Chelsea Bridge, which crosses River Thames in the capital, at 11.27pm that night - four hours after the attack.

Police said it is likely that the 35-year-old suspect jumped into the river.However, two male bodies discovered on Saturday are not linked to the sex fiend.

The first body was found near HMS Belfast, near Tower Bridge, at 10.13am, and the other was found downstream near Limehouse, East London at 10.39am.Scotland Yard are now working to identify both bodies so they can inform next of kin.

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