According to police, there is a possibility that Ezedi may return to Newcastle.
Police have advised against interacting with Ezedi, as he was previously labeled as a “hazardous person” by the Metropolitan Police.
The UK government granted the suspect asylum in 2018 following his conviction for a sexual offense. He had completed his sentence, which was imposed by the Newcastle Crown Court.
British government officials believed that he was an Afghan national who entered the country in 2016 by lorry.
The British Transport Police is helping with the search for the individual.
If Abdul Shokoor Ezedi is seen by the public, it is recommended not to approach him and instead call 999 for assistance.
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The city of London is approximately 8 miles away from Clapham, but authorities have not specified the exact time.
Police have stated that there is a possibility of Ezedi returning to Newcastle.
Police are advising the public to avoid approaching Ezedi, as he has been previously labeled as a “dangerous individual” by the Met.
The UK government granted asylum to the suspect in 2018, following his conviction for a sexual offense. This decision was made after he completed his sentence, which was imposed by the Newcastle Crown Court.
The British government officials believed that he was an Afghan citizen who arrived in 2016 by lorry.
The British Transport Police are aiding in the search for the suspect.
If individuals encounter Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, the recommendation is to avoid approaching him and instead contact 999.
Gabriel Cameron, the superintendent of London, reported that the suspect was last spotted in the Caledonian Road region of north London. It is suspected that he traveled from the north-east of England in order to carry out the attack.
He did not disclose the specific substance that was used, stating that there are many corrosive products easily obtainable in stores, and also did not mention how the attacker was injured.
Police were summoned to Lessar Avenue in Clapham around 7:25pm on Wednesday following an incident where a woman and her daughters were splashed with an alkaline substance, according to detectives.
The injured individuals, including members of the public and police officers who were attempting to assist, were transported to the hospital.
According to authorities, a total of 12 individuals sustained injuries during the attack.
On Thursday afternoon, the 31-year-old woman, who is thought to know Ezedi, along with her three-year-old and eight-year-old daughters, were reported to be in stable condition at the hospital.
According to authorities, the woman and the youngest daughter may have sustained injuries that will greatly impact their lives.
Three individuals from the general public who assisted the family, two in their thirties and one in her fifties, have been released from the hospital after sustaining minor burns.
The police reported that five officers who were present during the incident received medical treatment and have since been discharged from the hospital.
The primary suspect in London is still evading capture.
The authorities at Scotland Yard are actively searching for a suspect who is believed to have caused serious harm to a young woman and her toddler by throwing a corrosive substance at them, leaving them with potentially life-altering injuries.
On Thursday, investigators released a fresh image of Abdul Ezedi, describing him as “dangerous” and emphasizing the injuries on the right side of his face. They also urged any witnesses to come forward. However, they cautioned against approaching him if spotted.
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