A fourth murder investigation has been launched in London this weekend after a man in his 20s died 48 hours after a fatal shooting in the same area. The man was found dead in Wembley on Sunday night in Brent River Park just two days after another man in his 30s was shot on nearby Harrow Road on Friday night. Police were called to the scene by the London ambulance service at 7.05pm on Sunday after reports a man was found unresponsive. The victim had serious head injuries and died at the scene. Inspector Sammi Elsituri said: “This incident will no doubt alarm and shock those in the local community especially coming so soon after a fatal shooting in Wembley on Friday night. “My officers are busy at the crime scene and will be knocking on doors and reviewing local security camera footage to help build a clearer picture of what has taken place. Specialist police resources are in the area working to help solve this crime and provide reassurance to the public. Officers will be on hand to speak to locals about concerns they have.” The victim of Friday’s night shooting in Wembley was taken to hospital but died soon afterwards. Their name has not been released and police have appealed for witnesses. Detectives are investigating in partnership with police in Brent. The other victims discovered this weekend were a woman whose body was found in Blackheath on Friday evening and a man in his 20s who was shot in Leyton early on Sunday morning. The woman was not identified but the family of a woman reported missing on May 15 have been informed. In the case of the Leyton victim, police were called to the Phoenix snooker club in Lea Bridge Road just before 3am on Sunday. Two men in their 20s have been arrested over the incident. Anyone with information on any of the four London murders can call police on 101.