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The inquest into the death of a suspect in the murder of schoolgirl Alice Gross has been adjourned, Scotland Yard said.
An inquest into the death of convicted killer Arnis Zalkans - whose body was found in Boston Monor Park, west London on October 4 - was due to resume today.
But police said it had been adjourned until the conclusion of the 14-year-old's inquest.
The Latvian national's body was discovered just four days after Alice's body was discovered in the Grand Union Canal.
The teenager went missing from her home in Hanwell, west London on August 28, sparking a huge search operation.
The inquest into the death of the prime suspect in the murder of schoolgirl Alice Gross is expected to resume today.
The body of convicted killer Arnis Zalkalns was found in a park in west London on October 4, more than a month after the 14-year-old went missing from her home in Hanwell.
The 41-year-old Latvian man was found hanged in woodland at Boston Manor Park four days after Alice's body was pulled from the River Brent.
Alice was reported missing on August 28, sparking Scotland Yard's biggest manhunt since the aftermath of the July 7 bombings.
Her inquest has been adjourned until January.