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cundy

(ˈkʌndɪ)
n, pl cundies
1. a drain or drain entrance
2. a tunnel or passage
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Asked whether police are any closer to bringing charges, Commander Stuart Cundy said: "I'm never going to comment on the progress of an investigation itself but this is one of the largest investigations the Met Police has ever undertaken.
Specialist teams working inside Grenfell Tower and the mortuary have pushed the boundaries of what was scientifically possible to identify people," Commander Stuart Cundy said.
Commander Stuart Cundy said: "All of us are just so disappointed that something like this can happen on the back of such a large tragedy.
On Monday, we forensically recovered the last of the visible human remains from Grenfell Tower and transferred them to Westminster Mortuary," Cundy said in a statement.
The rest are missing presumed dead, Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy said yesterday.
Mr Cundy would not be drawn on the specifics of the criminal investigation of the fire, including whether anyone had been arrested or raids carried out.
Police commander Stuart Cundy, who is leading the investigation, said: "It is really important that we are clear about the scale of the challenge facing us as our teams search Grenfell Tower to recover those people still inside and return them to their loved ones.
Search and recovery operation is proceeding as quickly as possible but may take many more weeks," Metropolitan Police Service Commander Stuart Cundy.
L'incendie d'une tour de logements sociaux la semaine derniere a Londres a fait 79 morts ou presumes morts, un bilan qui pourrait encore s'aggraver, a declare lundi un chef de la police, Stuart Cundy.
There are 79 people that are either confirmed dead and had been identified or are missing, and sadly I have to presume are dead," police Commander Stuart Cundy said addressing the press outside Scotland Yard on Monday, RIA Novosti reported.
Met Police Commander Stuart Cundy said: "Sadly at this time, there are 58 people who we have been told were in the tower on the night that are missing.
Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy warned that the death toll could rise further as he formally identified a first victim as 23-year-old Mohammed Alhajali.