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Brit is prime suspect in murder probe into missing mum and daughter, 1, in CanadaA British man has been named as the prime suspect in a murder probe into the disappearance of a mum and one-year-old girl in Canada. Brit Robert Leeming, 34, was arrested after Jasmine Love

tt and her 22-month-old dau

ghter, Aliyah Sanderson, went missing earlier this month. The 25-year-old mother and her daughter were allegedly staying with Leeming, who has permanent residency in Canada, around the time of their disappearance on April 16. Relatives contacted police on April 23 when the pair failed to turn up to a family dinner. Leeming was released from custody without being charged on Friday and has since professed his innocence to reporters. Jasmine Lovett and her 22-month-old daughter, Aliya

h Sanderson, went missing earlier this month (Image: Calgary Police) Police are searching for clues to香港赛马会重播 shed light on what happened to the pair (Image: Global News) Read MoreRelated Articl

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d, 21, who died after stabbing A spokesman for Calgary Police said: The suspect that police arrested yesterday [Thursday]

morning has been released and no charges have been laid, however, he remains the primary suspect in the c

ase. Police cannot release the suspect’s identity as he has not been charged with a crime. Leeming told Global News he had an intimate relationship with Ms Lovett and that she had been a tenant at his home, along with her daughter, for around seven months. He added: I hope she’s alright, you know... I mean what do you do, right

? Who says that they’re dead? That’s crazy. I don’t know where th

ey are. Jasmine Lovett was sta

ying with Leeming before she disappeared (Image: Calgary Police) Aliyah Sanderson and her mum were living with Leeming for several months, according to reports (Image: Calgary Police) Read MoreRelated ArticlesLyra McKee shooting: Northern Irish detectives warn of new breed of terrorist Leeming also described Aliyah as a great kid and said he had no issues with either of them. He added that he last saw the pair around a week and a half ago, although the dates he gave changed in different interviews. Describing the moment police raided his house, MLeeming

said: They were bashing [his door] until like 1am and I woke up and

I was like, ‘What the f*** is going on?’ and opened the door and like… they came in and it was like 20 officers just searched the place. Officers are carrying out a search in

Canadas southern Alberta region in a bid to find clues about what happened to the missing pair, although these efforts have been impeded by the heavy snowfall in the area. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart s

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