A British man says he has been left “traumatised” after becoming the prime suspect in the alleged murder of a mother and her daughter in Canada.
Robert Leeming, 34, is suspected of killing his tenant Jasmine Lovett, 25, and her daughter Aliyah Sanderson, who is almost two.
Ms Lovett and her daughter vanished from the Cranston area of Calgary earlier this month.
Leeming, who has lived in Canada for six years, was arrested on Thursday at his home in Cranston.
Calgary Police later said an unnamed suspect had been released without being charged “however, he remains the primary suspect in the case”.
Speaking to local media after his release, Leeming described the investigation as a “very stressful experience”.
“They have it wrong, as far as I’m concerned. Of course they do,” he said.