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Last Updated: Friday, 21 October 2005, 22:06 GMT 23:06 UK
Two quizzed over murder on common
Jody Dobrowski
Mr Dobrowski was attacked on Clapham Common
Two men have been arrested by police investigating the murder of a bar manager in south London a week ago.

The men, aged 33 and 25, are being questioned about the death of Jody Dobrowski on Clapham Common.

Mr Dobrowski, a 24-year-old bar manager from east London, was found unconscious in the early hours of last Saturday, but died later in hospital.

He died from head, neck and facial injuries in what police believe was a homophobic attack.

On Friday it was revealed he was so badly beaten his own family did not recognise him and he was identified by his fingerprints.

Mr Dobrowski was walking home from a friend's house when he was attacked. Detectives have been looking at whether the killing was linked to a series of homophobic attacks in the area.

On Tuesday three teenage boys were arrested and questioned about the killing, but they were released without charge.

Friday's arrests were made in Clapham and Croydon, south-east London.


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