Two years after Mohammed Hassan was stabbed to death near a Wandsworth estate, police have announced that a £20,000 reward is on offer to anyone with information that helps catch his killer.

Known locally as Bashir, the 35-year-old died after being stabbed near Shepard House on the Winstanley Estate on August 3, 2016.

Mohammed's family described in a statement the heartbreak they felt upon hearing the news.

"We lost part of us, part of our hearts; feeling cannot be described in words," it read.

"We have to live with this pain for the rest of our lives but what give us hope is that we believe these murderers will complete their line in prison.

"Your help is vital and being a witness will give us hope that justice will be brought into place.

A reward of £20,000 is available for information that leads to the identification, arrest and conviction of those responsible for Mohammed's murder.

Detective Chief Inspector Mick Norman, from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said since the attack, five people had been arrested, but none have led to finding the killer.

"Two years have passed since Mohammed lost his life in a violent attack in broad daylight, but we remain determined to catch those responsible.

"We have carried out extensive enquiries and made a number of arrests as our investigation continues.

"My team has spoken with people who were in the area at the time but I believe there are still others out there who have yet to come forward and tell us what they saw or heard.

"Someone knows exactly what happened that evening. Any piece of information, however small, could prove vital in establishing the chain of events that led to Mohammed losing his life in such a brutal manner."