Police have launched a homicide investigation after a person discovered with a life-threatening head harm died in hospital.
Officers have been referred to as by the ambulance service to a west London hospital final Wednesday after Mehmood Shamshi was discovered with a head harm in Staines Street, Hounslow.
The 61-year-old had been handled on the scene by paramedics earlier than being taken to hospital in a essential situation.
He died three days later within the early hours of Saturday 21 August.
An investigation, led by murder detectives from the Metropolitan Police Specialist Crime Command, is at present ongoing into his dying.
Detectives imagine Mr Shamshi was the sufferer of an assault on Staines Street, close to the junction of Cromwell Street, at about 10.30pm on Tuesday 17 August.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of homicide and has been launched on bail till a date in September.
Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin, main the investigation, mentioned: “Mehmood’s household and pals have been left devastated by his dying and we’re working onerous to work out the sequence of occasions that led to him sustaining accidents, which we imagine finally led to his dying.
Anybody who was within the space between 10.30pm and 11.30pm, together with drivers who might have dashcam footage, is urged to contact police.
Anybody who was within the space and witnessed something is requested to name 0208 785 8244, quoting Op Tinos or 101 and quote CAD 212/18Aug