Victim who was aged around forty still not identified but may be Polish
Police are appealing for any information regarding the identity of a man who collapsed in Gideon Road on April 10th and subsequently died.
The man was found on on the evening of Sunday April 10th and died several days later at a west London hospital. He did not have any identifying documents on him and he does not appear to have been reported missing.
He is described as aged between 30 and 40 years, of medium build, with long, curly, brown coloured hair. He also had a full beard.
The man is known to have frequented the overland trains travelling between Clapham Junction and Malden Manor in Kingston.
It is believed the man could have originated from Poland, and have the first name of ‘Tomasz’, but all fingerprint checks carried out to date in the UK and Poland have been negative.
Police are hoping to locate any next of kin, or any other person who might have known him.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police via 101 quoting reference number 16FOU003643, or ring 020 8247 8232 between 09:00 and 17:00hrs on weekdays.
May 4, 2016