A reward of up to £20,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of Clapham chemical attack suspect Abdul Ezedi – as police released footage of him in a Tesco in north London shortly after the incident.
Investigators believe there are people who know where he is who have not come forward.
They warned anyone found assisting him faces arrest.
Ezedi, 35, has been urged by police to hand himself in after going on the run following the attack involving a corrosive alkaline substance in Clapham, southwest London, on Wednesday 31 January.
Ezedi and the mother were in a relationship, a relative of the suspect has told Sky News.
The Metropolitan Police has said dozens of officers are working together to locate Ezedi.
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