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Watch dealer found dead day after he was violently robbed in store

Oliver White was discovered dead in his Surrey home (Picture: CCTV/Alana Dredge)
Oliver White was discovered dead in his Surrey home (Picture: CCTV/Alana Dredge)

A London watch dealer has been found dead less than 24 hours after robbers raided his west London shop.

Oliver White was found dead in his home in Surrey on Sunday, with his girlfriend Alana Dredge writing that she will ‘cherish him forever’.

Surrey Police were called after 8.15pm when they were alerted to a concern for safety.

A spokesperson said: ‘A man in his 20s was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin are aware and are being supported.

‘Enquiries are still ongoing, but his death is not thought to be suspicious.’

The Metropolitan Police are continuing to search for the suspects involved in the watch raid, which happened on Saturday afternoon in Richmond.

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CCTV showed the moment Mr White was attacked (Picture: Instagram)
CCTV showed the moment Mr White was attacked (Picture: Instagram)

A pair of men were seen sitting on the other side of a table from the victim, when one man grabs the dealer and pushes him, while the other grabbed watches and ran off.

In a statement, the Met Police said: ‘The incident happened around 14:50hrs on Saturday, 25 May in Kew Road.

‘Two men, who were not armed, entered the shop and assaulted a member of staff before stealing a quantity of high value watches’

Mr White’s grieving girlfriend Ms Dredge wrote: ‘My life will never be the same again I can’t explain how much I love you. I will never stop loving you – I’m so numb I can’t cry anymore.

‘I have never felt pain like this, you were the only person that could give me comfort like no other and make all my pain go away.

‘Now you’re not here I don’t know what I’m going to do. I love you Oliver more than I can put into words.’

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