Police have released an e-fit of a man who collapsed and died in the street in the hope that his family will come forward.

The London Ambulance Service found the man collapsed in Sixth Avenue, Queen's Park, at around 2.40am on October 6 .

He was taken to hospital where he died ten days later on October 16.

Metropolitan Police officers have carried out enquiries into the circumstances that resulted in his death, which is not being treated as suspicious.

CCTV showed he was walking along the street when he collapsed.

He was only wearing trousers and did not have any identification or personal belongings with him.

Brent & Kilburn Times: The unknown man had a distinctive tattoo on on his inner left bicepThe unknown man had a distinctive tattoo on on his inner left bicep (Image: Met)

In the footage he is heard talking to himself in a foreign language, which the Met believes to have been Albanian.

He is described as being white, aged in his 40s, of slim build and between 5ft 7ins and 5ft 10ins tall.

He had a shaved head, dark stubble and facial hair and brown eyes.

He also had a tattoo on his inner left bicep.

Detective Sergeant Julia Morrow, from the local policing team in Westminster, said: "We have carried out a number of checks to attempt to identify the man, including checking the descriptions of any people who've been reported missing in the area, but we have still not been able to work out who he is.

"We are working with the coroner to identify his next of kin and we releasing an image of a tattoo the man had on his inner left bicep in the hope that somebody may recognise it and come forward."

Anyone who can help should call 101 quoting the reference 23FOU006838.