Police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder after the discovery of the bodies of a teenage boy and a man in a pond in Canterbury. The 54-year-old suspect, who has not been named, is in custody, Kent police said. The body of a missing 17-year-old, was discovered in Reed pond, which is adjacent to a primary school near a residential area north-west of the city centre, at about midday on Monday. Emergency services searching the area discovered a second body in the pond at about 9.40pm. Police have said they know the identity of the first body. A series of reports have named the teenager as old Hugo Wenn a student at Simon Langton grammar school for boys in Canterbury, who went missing several days ago. The causes of both deaths remains unknown pending postmortems. A Kent police spokeswoman said: "Police search and forensic teams remain at the scene at this time, and officers from the Kent and Essex serious crime directorate major crime team have set up an incident room to investigate these deaths. "The deaths are currently being treated as unexplained pending postmortems which are due to take place in the next 24 hours. A 54-year-old man from Canterbury has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is currently in police custody." Chief inspector Steve Barlow, the district commander for Canterbury, said: "We are appealing for anyone who may have been in the immediate vicinity of Reed pond in Canterbury between 5pm on Friday January 27 and 11am on Monday January 30 to get in contact with us if they witnessed anything unusual or if they have any information which they think could help this investigation."