Police are appealing for information as they continue to solve the killing of a young man in west London, who was fatally stabbed in the neck over a year ago.
Detectives from the Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC) continue to investigate the death of 23-year-old Surjeet Singh in Southall Park on August 26, last year.
A fight occurred at 8.50pm in the park and Mr. Singh was found injured in nearby Green Drive. He was pronounced dead at 9.57pm.
Police are appealing for anybody who may have witnessed the incident, knew the deceased or has any information that may assist the investigation.
Detective Inspector Tony Lynes said: “I appeal directly to the local community in Southall for information that may lead to the identification of Surjeet's killer.
“I am convinced the answer lies in the heart of the community, however, a year on we, nor Surjeet's family are any closer to knowing who attacked him and we need information from local people to help us.
“Detectives have arrested a number of people believed to have been involved in the fight, however police are appealing for information that may identify Surjeet's killer.
“No one has been has been convicted in relation with the violent disorder.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact the incident room on 020 8721 4868.
Alternatively if you have information and wish to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. +
Eight people arrested in connection with the murder in August 2013 have now been released.
One man was released with no further action.
Seven others were acquitted on charges of violent disorder and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm at Isleworth Crown Court in April this year.