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Body found in woodland in Loughton. The man's death is being treated as suspicous

Loughton: Investigation into body discovery passed to Met. DJ Koray, owner of Kral FM London, was missing for 3 days with his girlfriend, who was a guest from Turkey. All of London called for Koray and his girlfriend to be found. The London police tried to find Koray to collect information by creating a reference number. DJ Koray, 43, and his 23-year-old girlfriend, who came to London from Istanbul for a holiday, had gone to their homes after dinner. DJ Koray and his girlfriend, who were reported to have been followed, were abducted by being placed in a van in front of their house and could not be found since then. It was reported that a red notice was issued to find his girlfriend, who is a member of a famous family in Turkey. 

In London, the capital of England, the police announced that the beloved DJ Koray, owner of Kral FM London, was killed.

Sunday 16 October


Detectives have made good progress in their investigation into the discovery of a man’s body in woodland in Loughton yesterday morning (Saturday 15 October).The discovery was made near to the Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate at around 11.55am.The man’s death is being treated as suspicions and officers have working to establish the circumstances which led up to it.Through our enquiries, we now believe he died within the area for which the Met Police is responsible.As such the investigation into the man’s death has been formally transferred to them.

Detective Superintendent Rob Kirby, from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said:

“The Met Police will now take the lead on this investigation but we will continue to support them.“Road closures will remain in the area while investigations at the scene continue.“Part of Oakwood Hill is closed to allow our investigations to continue. There is no access to the industrial estate via Chigwell Lane, however it can be access via Roding Road.“While we don’t believe this will cause significant impact over the weekend, it may cause disruption at the beginning of next week as the industrial estate re-opens for business.“Diversions will be in place and we appreciate your understanding patience while we carry out our enquiries at the scene.”

Body found in woodland in Loughton
The man's body was discovered in woodland


Saturday 15 October


Officers are investigating after a man’s body was found in woodland in Loughton.We were called to concerns for the welfare of a man on land near to the Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate at around 11.55am today (Saturday 15 October).Sadly, he was pronounced dead at the scene and we are treating his death as suspicious.

Detective Superintendent Rob Kirby, from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said:

“We have been carrying out enquiries throughout the day and based on these we believe this man’s death is suspicious.“A team of specialist detectives and staff are working around the clock to establish the circumstances around his death and we need anyone who saw or heard anything to come forward.“In particular, I need anyone who saw a vehicle or any suspicious activity late last night or in the early hours of today to contact us.”

Road closures are in place


Det Supt Kirby added that road closures are currently in place:“We have closed part of Oakwood Hill to allow our investigations to continue. There is no access to the industrial estate via Chigwell Lane, however it can be access via Roding Road.“While we don’t believe this will cause significant impact over the weekend, it may cause disruption at the beginning of next week as the industrial estate re-opens for business.“Diversions will be in place and we appreciate your understanding patience while we carry out our enquiries at the scene.”

If you have any information, CCTV, dash cam or other footage in relation to this incident, then please get in contact with us.

Please quote incident 513 of 15 October.

You can let us know by submitting a report on our website or by using our online Live Chat service available Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) between 10am-9pm.Visit www.essex.police.uk/digital101 to find out more about our website reporting services.Alternatively you can call us on 101.In an emergency always call 999.If you would like to make an anonymous report you can contact independent charity @Crimestoppers, by visiting their website or by calling 0800 555 111.

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