DETECTIVES are re-appealing for information in connection with the murder of Satnam Singh in Hayes.

Satnam was killed three years ago, aged 45, and a Crimestoppers reward of £10,000 remains on offer for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.

Satnam was attacked in Atlee Road, near the junction with Ayles Road, as he walked with a friend on Monday, March 6, 2017, at around 10.20pm.

A witness reported seeing a man speaking into a mobile phone and following the pair along Ayles Road.

A silver car then drove up and a white male got out and attacked Satnam and his friend with a baseball bat. He then got back in the car and it drove away.

Satnam was taken to hospital for treatment but his condition deteriorated and he died from his injuries in May that year. His friend was not seriously injured.

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No arrests have been made to date.

Det Insp Andy McDonald said: "The investigation remains very much active and we continue to appeal for information.

“Satnam’s uncle, who spoke of his family’s grief back in 2017, has passed away without seeing his nephew’s killer brought to justice.

“We retain an open mind about why Satnam was attacked. I hope that anyone who was reluctant to speak with officers in 2017 may feel able to come forward.

"I would ask anyone who may have witnessed something that night that has played on their mind for the last three years to please get in touch with us.”

The £10,000 reward will be available to anyone providing information via Crimestoppers that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. To be eligible, your information must be provided to Crimestoppers rather than police.

The charity can be contacted on 0800 555 111 or The reward is valid for three months.

If you call police on 0208 358 0200, quote Operation Nedderton.