The family of a man, who remains unidentified after falling to his death at a Mayfair hotel, may not know he is dead, according to the police .
At around 12.15pm on March 20 2014, officers were called to the Hilton in Park Lane to reports of an injured man on the fourth-floor roof.
It was later established by the Metropolitan Police that the man had fallen from the 28th floor.
Officers and the London Ambulance Service attended but sadly the man was pronounced dead at the scene due to his injuries.
Despite “extensive enquiries” officers have been unable to identify the man, whose death is not being treated as suspicious.
On Monday (October 16), police officers released an e-fit of the man in the hope that a family member or friend recognises him.
The man's Oyster card – which was not registered with Transport for London – revealed that he regularly travelled around south London – specifically Norwood, Crystal Palace and Streatham.
He is described as black, between 40 and 50 years old, of medium build with cropped black hair.
At the time of his death, he was wearing a black Lonsdale fleece jacket, a white shirt with light pink and blue large checks, a white vest, grey/brown suit trousers, a black belt and black loafers.
PC Gemma Scott, from Westminster Borough, urged anyone who recognises the man to come forward so he can be named.
“This is a very sad case in which not only has a man lost his life, but it is still possible that his family do not know that he has died," she said.
“I would urge anyone who recognises the man from the e-fit to come forward and speak with us so that we can finally put a name to him.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact officers on 07917 517799 or via 101.
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