Putney Bridge jogger push suspect eliminated from inquiry

Arrest made after hunt for jogger who 'pushed' woman into path of bus on Putney Bridge

Man arrested after woman pushed in front of London bus

That person was later determined to be 41-year-old Eric Bellquist, who NY Daily News describes as a San Diego native who's been working as an investment baker with London's Hutton Collins Partners since 2002.

A millionaire banker arrested over the "Putney Bridge Pusher" video has been eliminated from the police inquiry after he proved he was in the U.S. at the time.

Eric Bellquist was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm, but on Saturday police said he had now been eliminated from the inquiry.

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Bellquist's lawyer said at the time of his arrest that he "categorically denied" being the man in the video, and has "irrefutable proof" that he was in the United States at the time of the incident.

A disturbing incident was recently reported of a jogger, running across Putney Bridge in London, who deliberately shoved a woman off the sidewalk and into the oncoming traffic. The bus stops just before hitting the woman.

The video shows the 33-year-old woman, who was not identified, falling to the pavement and the bus quickly swerving to avoid her head.

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According to the Met Police, the runner appeared to push her, knocking her into the road.

Footage continues to show that the same runner looped back around on his run 15 minutes later, crossing the bridge in the other direction.

Passengers rushed out of the vehicle to help the victim, who police said suffered "minor injuries". Mat Knowles, the investigating officer from the Putney Safer Neighborhood Team, said in a statement. He was wearing a grey t-shirt and dark blue shorts.

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