man who was arrested after the dying of a mom and son in north London has been launched with no additional motion.
Police and paramedics discovered a 37-year-old girl and a five-year-old boy with stab wounds at an tackle in Brookside South, Barnet, on Tuesday.
Each have been pronounced lifeless on the scene.
They’ve since been recognized as Yi Chen, a Chinese language nationwide, and her son Xing Duan Yuan, who was born in the UK and had a Chinese language passport.
Scotland Yard stated a autopsy examination on the mom had supplied “necessary new info as to the character of her accidents”.
Detective Chief Inspector Claire Hine stated: “Following the autopsy examination, the 37-year-old man who had been arrested in reference to the deaths has been launched with out additional motion.
“No person else is sought in reference to the 2 deaths.”
Forensics officers on Wednesday trawled for clues and requested doorbell digicam and CCTV footage within the prosperous avenue the place houses fetch upwards of £800,000.
One neighbour stated: “They appeared like an ideal household.
“We noticed the mum taking her two boys to the native college every single day. She was all the time smiley and we simply can not consider what had occurred.
“This can be a very quiet neighbourhood. The primary I knew of what was occurring was the air ambulance laving close by. We’re all horrified by what has occurred.”