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Police reconstruct last known hours of missing Alice Gross (14)

The main suspect in the case is also missing.

POLICE IN THE UK have reconstructed the last known hours of missing teenager Alice Gross.

Gross has been missing since 28 August, and was last seen by her family that day at 1pm.

The last sighting of her is at 4.20pm that day, police said.

Using video, photos and tweets, they explained the route that Alice took on the last day she was seen:

Source: metpoliceservice/YouTube

Her bag was found in undergrowth next to the River Brent, between the river and footpath.

Police are appealing for anyone who saw the bag or who moved it to contact them:

Source: metpoliceservice/YouTube

The main suspect in the case is Arnis Zalkalns (41), who has been working in London as a builder. He was last seen on 3 September.

Police tweeted some photos of the reconstruction being filmed, along with information on Alice’s movements that day:

They also released an interactive map related to the case:

Intensive searches have also been taking place near where Alice was last seen.

Read: Police can’t arrest Alice Gross suspect if he’s found abroad>

Read: Missing London teen: Police search canal as suspect’s violent past emerges>

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