Body found on roof after falling from London Flight 

Officers from Richmond-Upon-Thames Borough are continuing to investigate the circumstances around a body of a man being discovered on a roof in Richmond.
On Thursday 18 June police were called at around 09:35hrs to reports of a body discovered on the roof of a business premises on Kew Road, Richmond.

The body is so far unidentified and enquiries are ongoing into this and how long it had been at the scene. No next of kin have yet been informed.

At this time there is no evidence to link the death to the discovery of a stowaway in the undercarriage of a plane at Heathrow Airport; however this is one line enquiry into identifying the deceased and the circumstances of his death.

The death is currently being treated as unexplained. 

A post-mortem examination is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, 23 June at Kingston Hospital.

Anyone with any information about the death that could assist police can call Richmond-Upon-Thames Borough via 101.

At around 08:30hrs earlier that day, police at Heathrow Airport were called to reports of a suspected stowaway on a flight from Johannesburg to Heathrow.
The man, believed aged 24, was found in the undercarriage of the plane and was taken to hospital. His condition is now described as critical.

Whilst police officers at Heathrow believe they know his identity they await its confirmation before releasing any details of his nationality.