- Police were called after being told about concerns for a woman's welfare
- Officers believe they know the identity of the woman and are informing her family
- A post mortem examination is being carried out this afternoon
A woman has been found dead at a house in Richmond. Police found the body of a 43-year-old woman at a property in Sheen Road on Saturday afternoon. Four people, two men and two women, have been arrested.
Four people have been arrested in connection with the suspicious death of a woman.
Officers were called to an address in Sheen Road, Richmond at about 2pm yesterday following concerns for the welfare of a resident.
They found the body of a woman, believed to be 43.The four people held, two men aged 48 and 21, and two women, both aged 27 are in custody at various London police stations.
A killer serving a life sentence for murder has been spotted in Richmond town centre and Sheen High Street, according to the Richmond and Twickenham local Guardian.
John Murch, 52, who was serving life after killing a man in Liverpool but absconded from Medway Maritime hospital in Kent after he was admitted the previous day with chest pains.
Murch is described as white, medium build, 6ft and has balding hair. He has connections to Liverpool, Hammersmith and Fulham areas.
A team of Richmond scuba divers are doing their bit for river life in the Thames by organising an underwater litterpick.
Members of the Richmond Sub Aqua Club, a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club will spend this afternoon clearing rubbish from a section of the River Thames.
If you're heading to the shops in one part of London - you can leave your wallet at home. Richmond is embracing technology which allows people to pay using an app on their mobile phone. Rags Martel reports.
The are severe delays on the London Overground between Stratford and Richmond due to a road vehicle hitting abridge. Tickets are being accepted on London Underground, London Buses andDocklands Light Railway services. Source: Inrix
Parents have been warned to stay vigilant afterthe attempted abduction of a nine-year-old girl.
The child was grabbed in Hampton Hill, Richmond, south west London, yesterdaybut managed to kick her way free.
Detectives are appealing for information and stressed that they are treating the attempted abduction "extremely seriously".A man who was wearing a grey hooded top andjogging bottoms with white trainers and a grey plastic watch struck at around8.30am in St James Avenue.
He grabbed the girl from behind, picked her uparound the waist and carried her towards Park Road.
She managed to kick out, forcing him to let go, and was able to run home.
Anyone with information can contact Richmondpolice on 0208 247 7187 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
"I would ask the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us. I want to reassure parents and carersthat we are treating this extremely seriously. Officers are working hard toidentify the suspect wanted in connection with this attempted abduction andenquiries into this incident continue. We would equally encourage anyone to alert police immediately by calling999 if they are approached. Safer Neighbourhoods Teams are continuing to work closelywith local schools and, where necessary, have increased patrols."
Police in Richmond have tonight increased their patrols after a 9 year old girl was allegedly snatched on her way to school this morning.
It's believed to have happened in Hamption Hill at around 8:30. The victim was not physically hurt and is with her family after getting away.