Detectives are investigating the death of man who was assaulted in Hammersmith. At around 1940hrs on Friday, 11 March, police were called to reports of a fight in the street in Sulgrave Road, Hammersmith W6.
Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene.
A man - believed to be aged in his late 20s - was pronounced dead at the scene. We await formal identification and confirmation that next of kin have been informed.
A post-mortem examination will be arranged in due course.
Officers arrested two men in connection with the death. The two men - [A] 31 and [B] 27 - were taken to a west London police station where they remain in custody.
An investigation has been launched by detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command.
Anyone with information that may assist police should call the incident room at Barnes on 020 8247 7821. To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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14th March UPDATE - The two men arrested have been released on bail by Police after the post mortem investigation on the dead man was "inconclusive". Full police update follows:
Two men arrested in connection with the death of a man in Hammersmith on Friday have been bailed pending further enquiries after a post mortem examination was inconclusive.
On Friday, 11 March at around 19:40hrs police were called to reports of a fight in the street in Sulgrave Road, Hammersmith W6. Officers and the ambulance service attended and a 29-year-old man was found suffering injuries. He was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation is underway by detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command.
A post mortem examination at Fulham Mortuary on Sunday, 13 March was inconclusive and results from further tests are awaited. Detectives believe they know who the deceased is but await confirmation that next of kin have been informed and for a formal identification.
Anyone with information that may assist police should call the incident room at Barnes on 020 8247 7821 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.