Cops investigating the death of Elouise Littlewood following a carbon monoxide leak at her Bedfont flat have quizzed a man on suspicion of manslaughter.
The suspect has been re-bailed until m id-Dewcember after detectives from the Hendon murder squad and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) interviewed him in connection with Elouise's death in February.
The 50-year-old suspect, thought to be a Corgi-registered heating engineer, was first brought in on May 21but was bailed to return to a police station yesterday.
Elouise's mum Sally-Anne Littlewood said nothing could undo the pain of 26-year-old Elouise's sudden death but the family felt strongly that someone should be held accountable.
"At the end of the day my daughter has lost her life," added Mrs Littlewood, of Little Park Drive, Feltham. "You put your faith in the word CORGI and think everything will be safe and proper but they are only human. If Elouise's death happened because somebody didn't do their job properly that person should be punished."
Keen dancer Elouise Littlewood, who also worked as a childcare assessor, died two months after moving into her new Barratt-built flat, in the Bedfont Lakes development. A post mortem revealed she had been poisoned by carbon monoxide (CO), an odourless gas which can escape from faulty boilers.
Her 32-year-old flatmate, Simon Kilby, was rushed to hospital when the pair were discovered on February 27 but has been left in a 'permanent non-responsive state', meaning he is unable to communicate and unlikely to recover.