THE girlfriend of a Polish man who was killed in a hit-and-run is appealing for witnesses to help piece together his last moments.
Jenny Dimitrijevic, 40, has distributed posters around Hanger Lane, Park Royal, Stonebridge and Alperton in a bid to find out what happened and catch his killers.
Slawomir Galecki, 28, was found unconscious in Ealing Road, Alperton on Sunday,August 31 shortly after 3am.
Ms Dimitrijevic said her partner of two months went out with friends the night before and was dropped off at the Ace Cafe, on the A406 just after 2:30am.
The designer,who lived in Acton with Mr Galecki, said she believes something happened to him before he was knocked over and wants her questions answered.
She said: "We think he was attacked before being knocked over as he was staggering around, and something must have caused the imbalance which made him collapse.
"He was on his way home to Acton and there were two possible routes he could have taken, but he ended up going the wrong direction, which is very strange, and I want to go over all the details to see what happened to him.
"The missing answers are out there somewhere, but the picture will never be complete without someone's help.
"Slawomir came from Poland to financially support his mother,who was suffering from a serious illness, and he made her so proud.
He was good at everything he did and had a smile for everyone he met.
"Although our time together was all too short, I thank my lucky stars he came into my life, as he filled my days with happiness. Even through all the pain I'm feeling now,I'd go back and do it all over again."
The Polish driver who was nicknamed 'steel' would have celebrated his 29th birthday last Saturday.
Police believe he may have been struck by a dark blue vehicle, which failed to stop at the scene, and are continuing to appeal for witnesses.
Contact the investigation team on 020 8998 5319, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.