Police are asking for information after the body found in the River Thames by a man reported missing last week is being sought by police.
Mohamed Mussa (27) was reported missing by his friends on Sunday, October 17.
His body was pulled from the water near Hammersmith Bridge on Tuesday morning at 8:15 AM.
Mussa is the name that Dutch National, 27, was known to his friends. His body was pulled from the River Thames in London earlier this week after it was reported that he was missing.
The Dutch national lived in Wandsworth and is still being investigated.
The Metropolitan Police stated that he was last seen alone walking in a navy trench coat, light-blue shirt, dark trousers, and canvas trainers.
Detective Chief Inspector Jim Shirley from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command stated that he last saw Mohamed walking past Simmons Bar on Putney High Street towards Putney Bridge at 5.29am Sunday October 17.
“We are certain that he didn’t turn left down Lower Richmond Road, or cross the road towards the cinema. However, we are not sure of his next steps. We are asking the public for their help to determine exactly what happened.
Police are appealing to the public for information regarding Mussa’s whereabouts. The last time he was seen was at 5.29am on October 17, as he walked past Simmons Bar, Putney High Street.
“Were you driving on Putney High Street or heading towards Putney Bridge at 5.30am this morning?
“Please check any dashcam footage for anything that could assist with our investigation, and get in touch immediately.
For more information, call 101 or the incident line on 0208 721 4266.
According to police, Mussa last saw him at 4.02am on Oct 17, leaving Le Fez nightclub, Putney.