UK Police have confirmed that all 12 people arrested following investigations into the London Bridge terror attack have now been released without charge.
“All of the people arrested on Sunday, 4 June, as part of this investigation have now been released without charge,” Metropolitan police said in a statement.
They also revealed that Specialist officers were working with families of victims and the Coroner to identify those who were killed in the attack.
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“Family liaison officers have now deployed into all those families where we believe people to be dead,” the statement reads.
“Family liaison officers have also been deployed to support one family where we believe one person is still missing.”
Seven people were killed and 48 people were injured in the horror attack which saw a white van mount the footpath of the London Bridge, before the attackers, three men, went on a stabbing rampage in the Borough Market area.
The three suspects were shot dead by police.
— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) June 5, 2017