Britain May Have Found 8th Victim in London Attack
Body in Thames still to be officially identified as that of Frenchman Xavier Thomas
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 7, 2017 6:23 AM CDT
Xavier Thomas' family has been notified of the body found.   (Facebook)

(Newser) – A man who went missing after last week's London terror attack may have been found. Scotland Yard reports a body was discovered in the Thames near the East London district of Limehouse as police searched for Xavier Thomas, 45, who vanished after the attack, per the BBC. Police had speculated that the Frenchman, who was strolling on London Bridge on Saturday with partner Christine Delcros when the attack took place, may have been thrown into the river after getting hit by the perpetrators' van, the Sun notes. The body, which was found about 3 miles away from the bridge, has not been officially identified, though police have informed Thomas' family of the news. Delcros was seriously injured in the attack with a smashed pelvis, though her family says her condition is now stable, the Telegraph reports.

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