Mystery as man and woman, 33, who after fall from eight floors of flats in South London

COPS are probing the suspicious death of a man and woman, after being mysteriously plummeted from a block of south London flats.
The pair were found injured after falling from the floor of the building at Marchwood Close, Camberwell, last Friday.
Marchwood Close in Camberwell – where the pair were found fighting for their livesThey died just about half an hour after emergency services were scrambled to treat their severe injuries.
Police have now named them as Renata Poncova and Tony Taylor, both 33 years old, after they were found fighting for life at 11.45pm on November 2.
A post mortem examination found that from multiple injuries caused by a fall from height.
Cops say that they have been treated as suspicious after a disturbance had clearly taken place in the flat, but no one else is sought in the investigation.
DI Coster said: "I am appealing for anyone who knew Renata Poncova and Tony Taylor, and had contact with them in the days before their deaths, to call police.
"I also need to speak with anyone who has witnessed the incident or saw anything suspicious during the leading up to the deaths.
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"We believe that suspicious circumstances are suspicious circumstances.
"We need witnesses to help us build a picture of what happened before these deaths. If you know anything please call us. "
Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8358 0400 or 101 quoting reference CAD 9264 / 02NOV.
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