Jul 6 2012 By Ian Proctor
NO human remains have been found in the house or garden at a property where the body of man, whose death remains ‘unexplained’, was found three weeks ago, police confirmed today.
Special forensics officers remain at the property in Kenmore Road, Harrow, more than a week after a cache of ammunition was discovered on Thursday, June 28, and more ammunition and hazardous chemicals came to light on Friday, June 29.
Two weeks earlier the Met Police had attended the same address on Saturday, June 16, when a 36-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene in what was originally described to neighbours as a suicide but has now been reclassified as "unexplained".
London Ambulance Service confirmed one ambulance was called to the incident at 5.15pm on that day, but that the patient was already deceased.
No further details have been released about the circumstances and cause of the man’s death, the nature or volume of ammunition found last week, nor the hazardous substances, and how they all link together, or what else the forensics officers are looking for through their methodical and detailed search of the address.
Rumours persist that bones could have been unearthed at the property but a Met Police spokeswoman told the Observer: "I can categorically say no human remains have been found in the house or garden."