A serial cat killer is believed to have struck yet again - this time in Welling - where a two-year-old cat was found killed in the early hours of last Friday (November 10).

The cat was found in Brixham Road after what's believed was the final night of a 10-day butchering spree by the person dubbed the 'Croydon cat killer'.

Also known as the M25 cat killer and the UK animal killer, the person is believed to be a man in his 40s with short brown hair and acne scarring to his face, according to animal rescue charity SNARL (South Norwood Animal Rescue Liberty).

He is said to leave fatal "signature injuries" on animals, including foxes and rabbits, and is thought to have killed, dismembered and decapitated more than 250 cats beginning in 2015 in Croydon.

A £10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible, who is also being investigated by the Metropolitan Police.

Meanwhile, leaflets have been distributed in Bexley warning pet owners to bring their animals inside at night time.

SNARL also confirmed that the recent beheading of rabbits in Dartford was linked to the same killer.

SNARL also describes the "person of interest" as someone who dresses in dark clothing and wears a headlamp or carries a torch.

If you have any information contact police on 101 and SNARL on 0208 649 0216.