A man arrested on suspicion of pushing a woman into the path of the bus while jogging will not face any further action, police have said. Police said the man was arrested at a property in the Chelsea area, taken to a south London station and later released.
Bellquist, who previously worked for Lehman Brothers and is now employed by Hutton Collins Partners, was arrested this week in Chelsea on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
Bellquist's lawyers disputed the accusations because their "irrefutable proof" he was in the U.S.at the time.
Fortunately, the bus swerved and narrowly avoided the woman.
This afternoon, Metropolitan Police announced Mr Bellquist had been eliminated from the investigation, while the hunt for the jogger continues.
CCTV video released on Tuesday showed a runner dressed in grey appearing to push a 33-year-old woman into the path of a double-decker bus, before carrying on with his jog.
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The bus stopped and some passengers got off and rushed to the victim's aid.
A millionaire banker arrested over the "Putney Bridge Pusher" video has been eliminated from the police inquiry after he proved he was in the United States of America at the time.
"The victim was put in extreme danger when she was knocked into the road", Sgt.
Officers claimed the jogger ran the other way across the bridge around 15 minutes later and the victim attempted to speak to him, but "he did not acknowledge her".
Local police are urging anyone who may have information on this runner to come forward.