Police have named a 31-year-old man discovered stabbed to loss of life in west London, as a homicide probe is beneath method.
Metropolitan Cops had been known as at 12.30am on Saturday to reviews of a person who had been significantly injured in Staines Highway, Hounslow.
Karamjeet Singh Reel, from Hounslow, was discovered with stab wounds and was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
His subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and are being supported by specialist officers.
A particular autopsy examination happened at Uxbridge Mortuary on Saturday and gave reason for loss of life as a stab wound.
No-one has been arrested and police are interesting for data.
Detective Chief Inspector James Shirley mentioned: “Our investigation continues at tempo to unpick the occasions that led to Karamjeet’s homicide.
“Whereas we’re making progress, we nonetheless want to talk to anybody who was within the space of Staines Highway in Hounslow within the early hours of Saturday June 25 and noticed the occasions that led to Karamjeet being attacked.
“I might ask anybody with data, irrespective of how insignificant you suppose it could be, to get in touch with my officers – it might show to be a vital piece of the broader image that allows us to determine whoever is accountable.”
Anybody with data or any witnesses but to talk with police are requested to name 101, quoting reference 189/25jun, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.