Alice Gross: RAF spotter planes brought in to help in hunt for missing teenager

RAF spotter planes help in Alice Gross hunt

The RAF has been brought in to help in the search for missing teenager Alice Gross.

Pilots will carry out aerial analysis to scour west London for places to search.

‘We can confirm that, as part of the search operation, the RAF has provided assistance in the form of aerial analysis to identify potential areas of interest to officers,’ said a Met spokesman.

Runners in the Ealing half marathon wear yellow ribbons for missing teenager Alice Gross 

Runners in the Ealing half marathon wear yellow ribbons for missing teenager Alice Gross as police will continue to scour hours of footage from hundreds of CCTV cameras for clues as Scotland Yard confirmed the RAF had been drafted in to help in their search for missing teenager Alice Gross. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday September 28, 2014. See PA story MISSING Girl. Photo credit should read: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Thirty detectives are painstakingly reviewing 35 terabytes of material from about 300 CCTV cameras covering a six-mile-square area near the Grand Union Canal. Alice, 14, from Hanwell, west London, has been missing since August 28.

Convicted killer Arnis Zalkalns is the prime suspect in her disappearance.

The Latvian, 41, has also vanished and was filmed cycling the same route 15 minutes behind the teenager.

Runners in the Ealing Half Marathon wore yellow ribbons, the symbol of the FindAliceAppeal

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