One year on from a pensioner’s death following a ‘violent’ burglary, police have issued a fresh appeal for information.

On November 6, 2018, Peter Gouldstone, a 98-year-old war veteran, was the victim of a violent burglary in which he suffered head injuries and bruising, Scotland Yard said.

Police were called to his home in Evesham Road, Enfield, and he was taken to hospital where he died a few weeks later.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Wrigley, said: “At this time of remembrance, I appeal to the public to come forward with any information that could help us identify those responsible for the death of Peter Gouldstone, who was one of those brave and selfless people that Remembrance Day honours.”

“The television stolen from Mr Gouldstone’s home has never been recovered. Do you know where it is? Can you put a name to the men shown in the CCTV?

Enfield Independent:

The Panasonic TV taken from Mr Gouldstone's home. Photo: Met Police

“I hope that the passing of 12 months will allow people to look at the images with fresh eyes, and perhaps, anyone who was reluctant to come forward at the time may now feel able to speak out. If you can help, please do make the call.”

Anyone with information concerning this incident should contact police via 101 quoting 2140/06Nov18.

* A 26-year-old man =was arrested on suspicion of murder on December 19, 2018. Another man, aged 27, was arrested on suspicion of murder on Wednesday, January 2.

Both were released under investigation.