26/09/2014

Alice Gross Police Searching West London Park

A search is underway at a west London park near the canal towpath where teenager Alice Gross was last seen.

Police investigating the 14-year-old's disappearance on 28 August have cordoned off Elthorne Park and are conducting a search. Police say the park is an "area of interest".

According to a report by the BBC, contractors with strimmers and police divers are at the scene.

The search is ongoing.

(MH/CD)

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