Arnis Zalkalns, a 41-year-old Latvian builder, vanished a week after 14-year-old Alice went missing from her home at Hanwell. CCTV shows Zalkalns cycling on a canal towpath at Brentford 15 minutes after cameras captured Alice at the same spot.
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New CCTV footage shows Alice Gross walking along Brentford Lock 3:45pm on on Thursday, 28 August. 15 minutes later Arnis Zalkalns is seen cycling along the same route.
By Ronke Phillips: Senior Correspondent
- Arnis Zalkalns has a conviction for murder in Latvia and was questioned about the indecent assault of a young girl, aged under 16, in 2009
- The 2009 allegation of indecent assault was not pursued because the victim refused to give further evidence. It happened in the Ealing area of West London
- There was no record of in the UK of Zalkalns' murder conviction. It only came to light when officers contacted Latvian police
- Zalkalns has not used his bank accounts or mobile phone since September 3
- Police have received more than 100 phone calls from the public
- Arnis Zalkalns became a 'person of interest' to police on September 12 and could still be in the UK
- The Latvian has been in the country since 2007
- He could potentially pose a risk to the public
- The last sighting of Zalkalns by his family was on the evening of September 3
- This is still not a murder inquiry because there is no evidence that Alice Gross is not still alive
Police are treating Latvian builder Arnis Zalkalns as a suspect in the hunt for missing 14-year-old schoolgirl Alice Gross.
Detectives say Arnis Zalkalns was seen on CCTV on the day Alice disappeared cycling along Brentford Lock at 4pm, some fifteen minutes after Alice walked the same route.
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