Police are trying to trace a man who's missing from the Hammersmith area.
Sylvester Lennox was last seen yesterday morning at his home in Sycamore Gardens.
It's believed the 76 year old may still be in the Hammersmith and Fulham area.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
Queueing traffic on A4 Great West Road Eastbound between A316 Burlington Lane (Hogarth Roundabout) and Hammersmith Flyover / Talgarth Road.
Four men have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary after a series of early morning raids on Wednesday in west London.
Two further arrests have also been made, bringing the total to seven.
The following have been remanded in custody to appear at Hammersmith Magistrates' Court on Thursday.
Rory Mason,18, of Chesterton Road W10, Connor Murphy, 18, of Salters Road W10, Sam Whicker, 21, of North Pole Road W10 and Daniel Talbot, 22, of North Pole Road W10.
A fifth man, 19, was released on bail to a date in November, while two new arrests have been made. Both men, one 19 and one 222, remain in custody at a west London police station.
Police have charged former newspaper proprietor Eddie Shah with several sex offences, including the rape of a teenage girl.
The 68-year-old was charged alongside a man and woman, both 52, at Hammersmith Police Station.
The charges, said to have happened on various dates in the 1990s, relate to the same alleged victim, who was then aged between 12 and 15 years.
Garrett Emmerson from Transport for London has said that the Hammersmith flyover will be fully open at the end of this month. But extra work will be required after the Olympics.
Transport for London has said that the Hammersmith Flyover will fully reopen to traffic on May the 30th. Engineers have been working on it since January after cables that held the structure together were found to be corroded.
Police want to trace this man following a robbery which left a British diplomat blinded in one eye. The picture was taken last Friday around the time of the attack in Hammersmith. The victim George Fergusson was punched in the face by a robber as he walked in a cemetery.
A man arrested over a mugging in a Hammersmith cemetery which left a senior British diplomat blinded in one eye has been released on bail.
The 29-year-old man was arrested last night on suspicion of robbery in connection with the attack on Bermuda's new Governor George Fergusson last Friday.
The 56-year-old had surgery on his left eye on Saturday but lost his sight in the affected eye the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) confirmed.
He was discharged by doctors yesterday afternoon.
"The 29-year-old was arrested on suspicion of robbery and was taken to a west London police station. He has now been bailed to return on 7 June pending further inquiries."
"Police stress that they continue to appeal for witnesses and information on the incident."
The diplomat, who lost the sight in his left eye after being robbed, has said he will take up a post in Bermuda.Read the full story ›
Detectives have arrested a 29 year-old man in connection with an attack on a British diplomat in a Hammersmith cemetery. George Fergusson, who was about to become the Governor of Bermuda, lost the sight in his left eye. The 29 year-old is being held in custody in a West London police station.