Police Finds Guns and Drugs in the Case of the Club Acid Attack

Police Finds Guns and Drugs in the Case of the Club Acid Attack
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Police officers who were trying to probe the horrific nightclub acid attack have reportedly found guns and drugs inside a home in Hertfordshire. Currently, the police is hunting the boyfriend of Ferne McCann, the ex-TOWIE star.

Is Arthur Collins Guilty?

Arthur Collins, aged 25, has been called for questioning regarding the incident that took place at Mangle E8 on April 18th. The authorities were called in to the club in Dalson around 1:10 AM, after people reported that a dangerous substance has been sprayed inside the building. As a result, two young men, aged 24 and 29, have serious injuries on their faces. At least 18 other people found inside have burns on their bodies.

Ferne McCann has urged her boyfriend to talk to the police as soon as possible about the incident. At the same time, we found out that an Australian model, together with her sister, were found among the victims. There have been photos of the injuries posted online.

Police Is Making Investigations

According to a spokeswoman on behalf of the Herfordshire Police, following an arrest warrant, police officers searched a house and found there cannabis and firearms. At the White Stubbs Lane, Broxbourne house they also found cultivation equipment for cannabis. Consequently, they arrested a 52-year-old woman and a 54-year-old man since they were suspected of cultivating the plant.

For now we don’t know exactly what kind of substance that was, but detective inspector Lee McCullough from the Hackney CID declared that some samples were sent to the lab for analysis. 20 people have been injured as a result of the spraying of the acidic substance. There is even a video release of Collins, made public by the Scotland Yard, in order to find where he is at the moment. People are asked to help if they know something about the suspect.


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