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Last Updated: Saturday, 22 October 2005, 09:47 GMT 10:47 UK
Two held over gay barman's murder
Jody Dobrowski
Mr Dobrowski was found unconscious on Clapham Common
Police are continuing to question two men about the murder of a gay man in south London a week ago.

Jody Dobrowksi was found unconscious on Clapham Common last Saturday and died in hospital. He had been beaten so badly his family did not recognise him.

The 24-year-old bar manager died from head, neck and facial injuries in what police believe was a homophobic attack.

Two men, aged 33 and 25, were arrested in Clapham and Croydon on Friday and are still in custody.

Mr Dobrowski from east London, was walking home from a friend's house when he was attacked in the early hours of last Saturday morning.

Detectives have been looking at whether the killing was related 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.




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