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Experts analysing bones that were discovered at an address in Croydon have confirmed that they are human remains.
Police said they were now investigating how the bones, which included a human skull and a femur, ended up under the driveway.
Anthropologists are working to establish the age of the bones.
Police have launched an investigation after human bones were discovered buried at an address in Croydon.
Builders found the bones underneath a driveway at the property in Riddlesdown Road, Purley
Officers said several bone parts - including a human skull and a femur - had been recovered for analysis.
No arrests have been made.
The victim of the Grosvenor Square building collapse was a popular and valued member of the team, McGee construction company said.
Father-of-two Dainius Rupsys was killed after the second floor of the building in the square collapsed at around 3.45pm on Monday.
A company statement read:
Dainius was a popular and valued member of the team and will be missed by us all.
Our thoughts are with his whole family at this very difficult time.
McGee is in contact with members of his family and will be offering counselling and other support.
We will also be offering counselling and support to other employees who work on the site.
A construction worker who died after a building partially collapsed on Grosvenor Square has been named as father-of-two Dainius Rupsys.
The 33-year-old Lithuanian national had worked for McGee construction company since 2012.
His family have been informed.
Arsene Wenger has stressed the importance of Arsenal qualifying for the Champions League next season as he prepares his side for a crucial game against West Ham tonight.
A win at the Emirates would move Arsenal above Everton and into the top four and give their season a further boost after Saturday's FA Cup semi-final victory.
"It is vital to me to do it. I want this club to play in the top level competition, and for that you want to be in the Champions League," Wenger said.
"What will be an advantage is our desire to play in this competition because we love the Champions League and just to imagine how much we love it will help us to achieve it.
"The pain of not having it? I would like them (the players) rather to concentrate on the pleasure to be in it."
Five musicians in the West End production of War Horse have failed to win an order preventing the National Theatre replacing them with a pre-recorded soundtrack.
Neyire Ashworth, Andrew Callard, Jonathan Eddie, David Holt and Colin Rae were all made redundant from the show's New London Theatre run last month after their contracts were terminated, and had requested a temporary order preserving their employment until the case could be tried.
However, Mr Justice Cranston said he was not going to grant the group a temporary injunction during the hearing at London's High Court.
Police believe a falling digger contributed to the death of a 33-year-old man at a construction site on Grosvenor Square on Monday night.
A 29-year-old man, who suffered minor injuries in the fall, was working in a digger on the second floor at the time of the collapse.
The digger's fall is believed to caused the 33-year-old victim to fall and die at the scene.
The man's next-of-kin have been informed while a post mortem examination is yet to take place, police said.
London Fire Brigade have issued a warning over the use of e-cigarettes after a fire in Barking on Saturday was linked to the equipment.
A woman was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation after the blaze and investigators believe the fire was caused by an incompatible e-cigarette charger.
“The danger is that people sometimes use incorrect chargers which runs the risk of over-charging, which can potentially have explosive results," Charlie Pugsley, from the London Fire Brigade Fire Investigation Team said.
“As with all rechargeable electrical equipment, it’s vitally important that people use the correct type of charger for their e-cigs to prevent fires which can be serious and could even result in death.”