Murder investigation is launched after a woman in her early 30s is found dead at south-east London home on Valentine’s Day
- Unnamed woman found ‘murdered’ in home in Greenwich, south-east London
- Police were called to the scene in Congleton Grove at 8.25pm on February 14
- Officers said they found the body of a woman inside the home ‘suffering injuries’
A murder investigation is underway after a woman was found dead inside a property in south-east London on Valentine’s Day.
Police had been called to the scene in Congleton Grove, Greenwich, at around 8.25pm on February 14.
Metropolitan Police said the body of a woman, believed to be aged in her early 30s, was found inside the address ‘suffering injuries.’
The details of her wounds have not yet been made public, while a post-mortem is scheduled to take place ‘soon’.
The force said they believe they know the victim’s identity and that ‘urgent efforts’ are under way to inform her family.
Homicide detectives from Specialist Crime are now leading the investigation.
Metropolitan police discovered the body of a woman on Congleton Grove (pictured), Greenwich, south-east London, at around 8.25pm on February 14
The Met said in a statement: ‘There have been no arrests so far and detectives are working to establish what happened.
‘At this early stage, anyone with information is asked to contact the incident room on 02087214057.’
The force told MailOnline there had been no reported arrests as of Tuesday evening.
Witnesses or those with information can dial 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD 6610/14Feb.
For those who may wish to remain 100 per cent anonymous, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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