Four men have been charged with murder after a 30-year-old man was attacked in Greenwich.

London Ambulance Service and the Met Police were called to Greenwich High Road at 2.15am on Saturday, February 17, near the North Pole pub.

There they found 30-year-old Jozef Boci lying unconscious in the street with serious head injuries. He was rushed to a south London hospital but died on Friday, February 23.

Mr Boci was originally from Albania but was living in Catford and had friends living over here too.

Four men have been charged with the murder of Mr Boci, with three of them appearing in Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday (February 26).

They were: Oluwatimilehin Oniyitan, 20, of Archery Road, Eltham SE9; Ibrahim James, 21, of Plumstead High Street; and Dominic Brown, 29, of Woolwich Common.

Abaraye Campbell, 21. of St Margarets Terrace in Plumstead was arrested in Leicester on Sunday and charged with murder the following day. He was due to appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (February 27).

Hugo Verdades, 21, of Granite Street in Greenwich, was charged with violent disorder, possession of an offensive weapon and conspiracy to commit GBH.

A sixth person, a 21-year-old man, was arrested in Greenwich on Sunday on suspicion of murder but remains in police custody pending further enquiries.