Body found in search for missing Rodney Larsh

Rodney Larsh Rodney Larsh had autism and was unable to communicate

Officers searching for a man with autism believe he was killed when he was hit by a train.

Rodney Larsh, 20, from Chingford, north-east London, had been missing since Christmas Eve.

Police said a man hit by a train in Shenfield, Essex, on 24 December was pronounced dead at the scene.

The man has not been formally identified, but the Met Police believe it is Mr Larsh and his family has been informed.

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