#AceNewsReport – Mar.19: People in Bristol fear a serial killer is pushing young men into the canal and drowning them late at night.
Abdulkadir Mahamoud vanished on February 24 (Picture: Avon and Somerset Constabulary)MetroUK reports Deaths of three men in Bristol sparks serial killer fears The body of a man – believed to be missing Abdulkadir Mahamoud, 29 – was discovered in the River Avon on Friday.
This is the third time this year that a missing person has been found in the River Avon or Floating Harbour.
Deakon Wilkins, 24, from Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, disappeared after leaving Motion nightclub on January 14.
And Lewis Ball, 26, was reported missing in February after a night out at Thekla nightclub.
Deakon Wilkins vanished on January 14 (Picture: Avon and Somerset Constabulary)
Lewis Ball was reported missing in February (Picture: Avon and Somerset Constabulary)
Abdulkadir Mahamoud was last seen leaving his home in Easton on Monday, February 24. It is thought his body was recovered from the canal this week.
The deaths echo the speculation that a ‘Manchester Pusher’ could be on the loose after more than 80 bodies were been found in the city’s canals and rivers since 2008.
But police have fiercely denied these claims.
Residents are now concerned that men are being targeted in Bristol after a night out.
However, the deaths of Wilkins and Ball are not being treated as suspicious and have been handed over to the Avon Coroner for investigation.
A body was found in River Avon on Friday (Picture: Getty Images)
Joe Henderson told the Bristol Post: ‘Police and the media are avoiding the obvious – becoming very clear that Bristol has a serial killer on the loose.’
Susan Hall said: ‘They [the police] don’t have a clue how they came to there deaths but yet all three appear in the waters of Bristol and non-suspicious? Yeah, okay. What are they not telling us here?’
Bianca Symone Liliana Anoushka added: ‘This is strange. Been saying it for months now. Noticed as they are all men and not women.
‘Perhaps there’s a pusher? Perhaps robbing drunk men after nights out and pushing them in the river? Who knows?’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Avon and Somerset Police for comment.
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