Police are still trying to find a teenager who vanished from his home a week ago.
15-year-old Kevin Bernay from Mountearl Gardens in Streatham was last seen on 15 April at 08:15am after leaving for school.
Kevin is around 5ft 10ins tall and with dark brown short hair. He was wearing a bright blue blazer and black trousers.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 101 or 0208 649 2111.
Emergency services were called to Streatham High Road, by the junction with Mitcham Lane earlier this morning, following a fatal traffic accident between a pedestrian and motorcyclist.
The pedestrian, believed to be in his thirties, died at the scene, while the motorcyclist was taken to a South London hospital in a serious condition. No arrests have been made.
Road closures are in effect and local bus services are currently being diverted. Streatham High Road is currently closed to traffic. Police are advising motorists to avoid the area.
Police are looking for witnesses after an elderly man died in a collision with a van in Streatham.
85 year old Kaluarachige Kodituwakku was hit by a van near the junction of Streatham Hill and Telford Avenue on 22nd April. He was taken to St George's Hospital but has since died.
The driver of the van, a 37 year old man, was subsequently arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
- Police have reportedly put up floodlights and tents in the gardens of neighbouring houses in Wyatt Park Road in Streatham
- The Met Police says a total of three addresses in London are being searched
Police are understood to be searching for chemical substances at a London property after two people were arrested under anti-terror laws. A 19-year-old man and 36-year-old woman were arrested in Streatham and Stratford.
Police have found a semi-automatic handgun along with a quantity of ammunition during a planned operation in south London. Detectives say the gun appeared to be a loaded.
Two men, aged 49 and 32 were arrested at an address in Streatham yesterday. Both are still in custody
Anyone with information should contact the investigation team on 020 8649 2419 or alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.