A man with a distinctive face tattoo is wanted by police, following the ‘suspicious’ death of a 60-year-old at his home.
An appeal has been launched by offices to trace Frank Sonny Redman, 34, after a man was discovered dead in west London.
Officers were called to reports of a man who was unwell at his home in Uxbridge just after 5pm on Sunday.
Emergency services arrived but the 60-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene, the Met Police said.
His death is currently being treated as suspicious and an investigation has been launched, Scotland Yard said.
A post-mortem examination held yesterday was inconclusive and officers are waiting for the results of more tests to be carried out.
The cause of his death is yet to be confirmed and no arrests have been made, police added.
Despite his family already being told about his death, the name of the dead man has not yet been released.
Today police launched a public appeal for information about Mr Redman as he was known to the man and investigators believe he may have vital information about what happened.
An image released shows Mr Redman with distinctive tattoos across the length of his nose and inking under his mouth.
Officers have urged anyone who may know him to get in touch.
A spokesman for the force said: “The death is currently being treated as suspicious.
“A post-mortem examination held on February 1 was inconclusive and officers await the results of further tests.
“While the cause of his death is yet to be confirmed, the circumstances are being investigated by detectives from the West Area Command Unit.
“Detectives wish to trace Frank Sonny Redman, 34, of Uxbridge, as he may have vital information.
“He was known to the deceased. If you know of his whereabouts, please get in touch.
“Anyone with information is urged to call 101.”