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Police have found Lee Peacock, who was wanted in connection with two murders in Westminster after nearly a week-long search.
Officers are “confident” they discovered Peacock on a canal barge near Ferrymead Avenue in Ealing, west London, just before 6 pm on Wednesday. He had sustained serious injuries thought to be self-inflicted.
He is 49 years old.
London Ambulance Service paramedics and the London Air Ambulance were called to the scene, and the man was taken to hospital where his condition is believed to be life-threatening.
The Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards was informed, and the Independent Office for Police Conduct have indicated they will be conducting an independent investigation of the incident, the force added.
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Sharon Pickles, 45, and Clinton Ashmore, 59, were discovered fatally stabbed at separate locations last Thursday and early on Friday, with police treating the deaths as linked.
Emergency services were called to Ashbridge Street in Westminster just after 9.30 pm on Thursday after concerns were raised for the wellbeing of people inside the property.
A 45-year-old woman, later identified as Ms Pickles, was found with a knife injury, and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Peacock was seen at North Wembley station on 19 August – hours before Ms Pickles and Mr Ashmore were killed.
The Met Police said detectives believe the 49-year-old suspect knew both the victims.
The force also offered a £20,000 reward to anyone who provided any information leading to the person’s conviction responsible for the murders.
Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jolley from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command said his thoughts were with the families of the victims on Tuesday.
“This is a shocking crime and we will not rest until we bring the person or persons responsible to justice,” he said.
Asked if Mr Peacock was being treated as dangerous, a Met Police spokesman said the murders were not being treated as random.