The hunt for a man who was abducted in east London in April is now a murder investigation.
Aron Kato, 28, who was last seen being pushed into a dark-coloured BMW in Ley Street in Ilford, is feared to have been killed.
The father-of-one had been out with friends when he was caught on CCTV being forced into the hatchback, registration RF12 0ZA, just after 4.30am on April 18.
CCTV footage showing Aron being chased and then pushed to the ground
Mr Kato, from Newham, had spent the day before he vanished with his girlfriend Chanel Naidoo, his son, who is now six months old, and his niece to go bowling and visit a park.
That evening he went out with friends, and at around midnight he called Chanel to tell her he loved her and that he was going home, but she never heard from him again.
In an earlier appeal to find him, she described him as "the most bubbly, happy, genuine family man who would do anything to help anyone".
Seven people, one woman and six men aged 25 to 39, who were arrested on suspicion of kidnap have all been bailed or released under investigation.
Anyone with information can call the police incident room on 020 8721 4005.
Alternatively, to remain anonymous and to qualify for a £10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Aron's killers, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online.