Suspect in Alice Gross disappearance has murder conviction

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Suspect in Alice Gross disappearance has murder conviction
18th September 2014

Arnis Zalkalns who is wanted in connection with missing Alice Gross has a murder conviction it has been revealed.

The Latvian builder, who has been missing for a week, used the same route to work and can be seen in the CCTV footage released this morning (below), cycling across the same bridge Alice Gross crossed 15 minutes earlier.


Arnis spent nine years in prison in Latvia before moving to the UK.

Below is a map of Alice's route the day she went missing.

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