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Indian-origin man found dead following assault in alleyway in UK

LONDON: A 37-year-old Indian-origin man has been discovered lifeless after he used to be assaulted in an alleyway in west London and Scotland Yard detectives have introduced an appeal for witnesses to identify the perpetrators.
Baljit Singh, who lived within the Hayes space of London, used to be pronounced lifeless on the scene after the Metropolitan Police and London Ambulance Service were referred to as to Station Road on Saturday evening.
Singh used to be officially identified via police on Wednesday after his next of family were knowledgeable.

A forensic autopsy exam held at Fulham Mortuary in London on Monday gave the cause of his loss of life as compression to the neck. Officers from the Met Police's Specialist Crime Command (Homicide) are investigating the case.

“Mr Singh used to be subjected to a vicious attack; the severity of which has caused him to lose his life. My officials are running through hours of CCTV footage and talking with other people within the space to determine what has took place and identify the ones responsible,” said Detective Chief Inspector Helen Rance, who's main the Met Police investigation.

“I would like to appeal immediately to any person who used to be within the neighborhood of Station Road, Hayes, from round 2200hrs onwards on Saturday evening who can have observed the victim in corporate with two individuals. Alternatively, if any person is conscious about the victim's movements previous that day we might be prepared to hear from them,” Rance said.

The Met's Homicide crew desires to trace two other people Singh used to be within the corporate of just previous to his loss of life. It is thought a confrontation can have taken place all the way through which the victim used to be assaulted.

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