By Jayesh Nandy By The Daily Mail A manhunt has been launched after police in north London found the body of a British national who was believed to have been abducted from his home in Chichester in south-east England.
Police said they found the remains of a man believed to be Bhagavan Singh at a house in Harrow, near Chichesters seafront, on Saturday.
Officers believe Mr Bhagavans disappearance is linked to the disappearance last year of another Indian national, Suresh Kumar, from his family home in a residential address in north-west London.
Mr Kumar, 26, disappeared in October 2016.
Police were called to the property on Saturday afternoon and discovered a body at the property and two dead bodies, one of which was believed be Mr Bhigavans.
Police later confirmed the remains were Mr Bhargavans, with no other information given about the victim or whereabouts of the body.
He is described as being in his early 20s, 5ft 7in tall and weighing around 170lbs.
Police are now hunting for two other people believed to know the whereabouts of Mr Bhags disappearance.
The death of Mr Kumar prompted fears that India’s top court may hear evidence about the abduction of another young Indian man, Suman Bhatia, from a rented flat in north Kensington.
Mr Bhati has been missing since November 2016.
He was last seen in a photograph on social media holding a bag containing money.
His body was found in a canal on the River Thames last week.
He has not been heard from since.