The shocked police discovered a body in a suitcase in an abandoned house for £ 400,000 after neighbors reported "foul smelling" for weeks
- Police and forensic teams were discovered outside the property of a property in Southall
- The footage shows officials on Beaconsfield Road in the West London borough
- Residents say there was “really bad smelling odor” on the property for two weeks
- A woman's body was discovered in the apartment today, a local said
The shocked police discovered a body "in a suitcase" on an abandoned property after neighbors reported a "foul smelling odor" that lasted for weeks.
Police and forensic teams were spotted outside a property in Southall, west London, around 9 p.m. Friday evening.
Local reports claim the "body of a woman" was found "in a suitcase" by a painter who earlier today entered apartments above a parade of shops in The Crescent.
Police confirmed they were investigating an "unexplained death" after being discovered just before 3pm on Friday. It wouldn't confirm any details that identify the body. & # 39;
Police and forensic crews were parked outside a safe in Southall Friday night. A body was reportedly found in a suitcase
A local said a woman's body was found in a suitcase in an apartment near Beaconsfield Road in Southall
Patrol cars and forensic crew vans were parked outside a safe on nearby Beaconsfield Road tonight.
A Met Police spokesman said tonight, “The officers are investigating an unexplained death in Southall.
Police were called to an address in The Crescent, Southall UB1 at 2:53 p.m. on Friday, December 18, after a person was found deceased.
Investigations to identify the deceased are ongoing. Death is currently being treated as unresolved.
The officials are currently not discussing the circumstances of the discovery any further. There were no arrests. & # 39;
The death has not been disclosed to Scotland Yard homicide detectors and continues to be investigated by local Ealing district police.
The body was discovered just before 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Locals claimed that she was found by a painter who visited the apartment
Forensic crews were in Southall Friday evening after local police investigated the "unsolved death" of a person found in an apartment above a parade of shops
Officials are believed to have started checking with locals around 6:30 p.m. tonight.
Shopkeepers along the Crescent, including the Shabana Hair and Beauty Salon located in the red building, said officials spoke to them earlier today and inquired about CCTV footage.
Residents said they noticed a "really bad smelling smell" from a nearby property about two weeks ago.