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Father named among blast victims
Richard Gray
Police believe Mr Gray died at the site of the Aldgate bomb
A father-of-two from Suffolk has been confirmed among the victims of the bombings in London.

On 7 July tax manager Richard Gray, 41, from Ipswich, caught his usual train to Liverpool Street and then took the Tube, but never returned home.

His family said he was a "wonderful, loving father" to Adam, 11, and Ruby, seven, and an "extremely loving, caring and sensitive husband" to wife Louise.

He was named among those who died in the blasts by police on Tuesday.

A Metropolitan force spokesman said he is believed to have died at the site of the Aldgate bomb.

Mr Gray, who had lived in Ipswich for 33 years, worked as a tax manager at FW Smith Riches in London's Pall Mall.

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