A pensioner is believed to have died after she was mauled by a pack of dogs that she had gone to feed.
The 71-year-old woman, named in reports as Gloria Knowles, was found dead with multiple injuries at a house in Morden, south London, on Tuesday.
Police were called to the property following the incidents and seized five dogs including two Bordeaux bulldogs, two American bulldogs and a mongrel.
The great grandmother had gone to the garden of the property in Rutland Drive and was feeding the pet dogs belonging to her daughter when she was mauled, according to reports.
She also suffered a heart attack and was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
A woman appears to have been mauled to death after she reportedly went to feed pet dogs belonging to her daughter.
"She had sustained a number of injuries. An investigation is under way to establish a cause of death," a Scotland Yard spokeswoman said.
A post-mortem examination will be carried out on Thursday.
Police were called to a house in south London on Tuesday evening where a woman was found dead with multiple injuries.
They seized five dogs including two Bordeaux bulldogs, two American bulldogs and a mongrel from the property.
None of the animals are banned breeds, Scotland Yard said, and no arrests have been made.
A 71-year-old woman has died after she is believed to have been mauled by dogs that she had gone to feed in Morden, south London.