Police investigating the death of a man who was found on fire in south London have named and issued a photograph of the sufferer.
Officers have been known as to Commonside East in Mitcham at 6.12am on Thursday to reviews of a “man on fire”, the Metropolitan Police stated.
Loeike Guei, who lived in Thornton Heath, was declared useless on the scene.
His death is being handled as “suspicious”, police stated, as murder detectives proceed to analyze how the 23-year-old died.
A autopsy examination which started on Friday gave the preliminary explanation for death as a head harm.
Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jolley stated: “Loeike’s household have been intensely shocked by the lack of their liked one and are on the very starting of coming to phrases with their grief.”
He added: “We are in the preliminary phases of our investigation and are conserving an open thoughts with regards any motive.
“We are making good progress, following quite a few leads and have spoken to quite a few folks already.
“What I want now could be for anybody who has not spoken to us but however have seen any suspicious exercise or autos in the neighborhood to make contact with us instantly.
“You might have data which will appear insignificant however might show essential to our investigation.”
Any witnesses or anybody with data is requested to name police through 101 quoting CAD 1135/17Sep – or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 111 555.