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Clapham Alkali Attack: Fresh Reveals from Latest UK Police Probe

The investigation into last week’s alkali attack on a woman and her two daughters in Clapham, south London, has yielded significant updates, shedding light on crucial aspects of the case. Here’s what we’ve learned from the latest police briefing:

  1. Relationship Details: Police revealed that Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, the prime suspect, had a previous relationship with the 31-year-old injured woman who had broken down. However, specific details regarding the duration of the relationship or the reasons for its end were not disclosed.
  2. Arranged meeting: Ezedi arranged to meet the woman on the day of the attack, and she agreed to meet him. The woman, along with her children, was present in the car at the time of the assault.
  3. Victim’s Condition: The injured woman remains sedated in the hospital, rendering her unable to communicate with the authorities. While both children have been discharged from the hospital, the woman’s recovery process is ongoing.
  4. Last-Known Sighting: A new last-known sighting of Ezedi has been shared with the public. CCTV footage captured him on Vauxhall Bridge Road at 11pm on the night of the attack. However, police acknowledged the possibility that Ezedi could have fled to various locations, including abroad.
  5. Community Response: The police have received hundreds of calls from the public offering assistance in the investigation. Additionally, an Afghan community charity has urged Ezedi to surrender himself to the authorities. Nasimi, representing the charity, emphasized that the attack does not reflect the Afghan community in the UK and appealed for anyone with information on Ezedi’s whereabouts to come forward.

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