Sgt Alistair Hutchins leads the Met’s identification team and says he understands the frustration of those waiting for news on loved ones

An investigator into the Grenfell Tower blaze has shed light on the meticulous process of removing and identifying remains of the victims and ensuring the “right person gets brought back to their loved ones.”

Sgt Alistair Hutchins of the Met police, who is leading the teams of experts involved in identifying residents and their pets who died in the blaze, said his 42-strong team understands the frustration of family and friends awaiting news and pledged they would do their utmost to provide answers.

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