MAN MISSING SINCE LONDON BRIDGE ATTACK MAY HAVE BEEN THROWN INTO THE THAMES RIVER AFTER BEING HIT BY TERRORISTS’ VAN

A man is still missing after Saturday’s attack on London Bridge.

French national Xavier Thomas, 45, was in London with his girlfriend and were walking over London Bridge at the time of the attack.

 

Mr Thomas may have been hit by the van and thrown in the River Thames, witness accounts suggest, and his girlfriend was seriously injured after she was hit by the vehicle.

Specialist officers from the Marine Police Unit and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) have been searching the river since the attack, where men hit pedestrians in their van on the bridge before running into Borough Market and stabbing a number of people.

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The families of Mr Thomas and his girlfriend are being supported and updated by family liaison officers.

If anyone was on London Bridge at the time of the attack and has not yet spoken to police or has seen Xavier since 3 June, then please contact police on 0800 0961 233.

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