A homicide investigation has been launched after a person was stabbed to death in a west London home.
Ebrima Cham, 35, was discovered affected by stab wounds on the property in Grove Road, Hounslow, on Thursday morning.
Police and paramedics have been referred to as to the scene simply earlier than 11.30am.
London’s Air Ambulance additionally attended however Mr Cham, referred to as ‘Brim’, was pronounced lifeless on the scene simply after noon.
His subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and a autopsy examination will happen on Saturday.
A person, aged 44, was arrested on suspicion of homicide and stays in custody.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh, who’s main the investigation, mentioned: “At this early stage we imagine three suspects pressured their approach into the property the place Brim sustained a deadly damage.
“This was clearly a focused assault and we’re very eager to perceive extra about what was happening in Brim’s life.
“Yesterday night I had to inform his household of their loss. They are understandably devastated by this stunning information and we’d like the general public to assist us get justice for them.
“We know there have been lots of people in and across the Grove Road space on the time. If you have been there, please consider carefully about whether or not you noticed or heard something out of the odd and have the boldness to come ahead to us.
“There is understandably a variety of chatter on the road about this incident and we’d like to make certain we divert this into proof and discover out precisely what led to Brim dropping his life.”
The man who has been arrested was not one of many three males who pressured their approach into the property, police added.
Commander for the West Area Basic Command Unit, Chief Superintendent Peter Gardner, mentioned: “Our ideas stay with Brim’s household and we’re dedicated to doing all we are able to to discover these liable for this mindless death.
“People within the Grove Road space might even see an elevated policing presence over the approaching days and we might urge anybody with info to communicate to officers as quickly as attainable.”
Anyone with info is requested to name the incident room on 0208 785 8099 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.