Family plea for Westley Murray

Police are appealing for the public's help to piece together the events leading up to a 33-year-old man lying in an induced coma in an east London hospital. Westley Murray is in an induced coma.

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Police appeal for information over man left at hospital

Detectives from Havering are appealing for the public's help to piece together the events leading up to a 33-year-old man lying in an induced coma in an east London hospital.

DCI Philip Rickles has said they have identified the driver and one of the witnesses. He added that Westley Murray is "stable, but critical" and in a "life-threatening condition".

Police appeal to witnesses who 'saved Westley's life'

Police have appealed for information over three men who may have "saved a man's life", after they helped him to an east London hospital.

Westley Murray is in an induced coma after he was pulled out of a car and left at Queens Hospital's Accident and Emergency ward, in Romford, east London, shortly after 1am on Sunday.

Detective Sergeant Rob Baxter, from Havering CID, said:

If anyone knows where he was and who saw him, please let us know. You may have vital information about how Westley came to receive his injuries.

Also I'd ask the driver of the car and the two men who helped at the hospital to get in touch with us. You must have information that can help us track down who was responsible for the attack on Westley. You took action that may have saved Westley's life but he still needs your help.

We have found no obvious motive for the attack on Westley.

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Police seek three men after stabbing

Police are appealing for information to trace the driver of a car and two witnesses after a 33-year-old man was left outside a hospital with a serious stab wound.

Westley Murray is in an induced coma after he was pulled out of a car and left at Queens Hospital's Accident and Emergency ward, in Romford, east London, shortly after 1am on Sunday.

The driver helps the men unload Mr Murray from the passenger seat of the car and put him in a wheelchair, in which the car then drives off.

Anyone with any information is asked to call 01708 779 216 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

CCTV released after injured man left at hospital

Police have released CCTV images of three men they want to trace after a 33-year-old man was left outside a hospital with a serious stab wound.

Detectives believe it is a cab as it has a Transport for London sticker on the back window. The car is a dark-coloured Toyota Prius. Credit: Metropolitan Police

Westley Murray is in an induced coma after he was pulled out of a car and left at Queens Hospital's Accident and Emergency ward, in Romford, east London, shortly after 1am on Sunday.

CCTV footage shows a dark-coloured Toyota Prius arrive at the ward's entrance before the driver stops outside the doorway and goes inside.

Scotland Yard believes the vehicle may have been a taxi because a Transport for London sticker was displayed on the back window.

Police appeal for witnesses after man left at hospital

Westley Murray. Credit: Metropolitan Police

Police are appealing for the public's help to piece together the events leading up to a 33-year-old man lying in an induced coma in an east London hospital.

Westley Murray was dropped by a car at the Accident and Emergency entrance at Queens Hospital, Romford on June 30.

The driver stops outside the doorway and goes inside. He returns with two other men, who police believe he has asked for help.

Mr Murray remains in an induced coma at the hospital having suffered a serious stab wound to the abdomen.

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