A MAN who died after suffering from serious head injuries in an underpass in Bracknell has been described by friends as a 'lovely guy'.

Tributes have flooded in and a fundraising page has been set up in memory of Agapito de Sousa from Bracknell.

It comes after police launched a murder investigation into an attack at the Twin Bridges Roundabout underpass on Sunday, April 25.

The victim was taken to hospital but sadly died from his injuries on Tuesday, April 27.

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Since then, hundreds of tributes have been shared online for the man, named locally as Agapito de Sousa. Police are yet to identify the victim.

Friends and members of the public paid their respects on a fundraising page, set up by his friend Francisco Sarmento.

Mr Sarmento said: "He is one of my friends and we used to live together in the same house for a couple of years. I've done this fundraiser because he is my friend and we recognise each other as brothers." 

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The fundraising page has been set up to repatriate his body back to his home country of Timor-Leste in Southeast Asia. 

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So far, £3,841 has been raised from kind members of the Bracknell community and friends who knew him.

Agapito's friend Francisco said: "Agapito for me, he is lovely guy and friendly, working hard and always being nice to others especially friends, even at home and at work place." 

Robert Brown said: "From a fellow Bracknell Partner, I hope you reach your target and fingers crossed we can help him return home one last time."

Ted McFadyen said: "I didn't know Agapito, but he was a fellow Partner at Waitrose in Bracknell. He didn't deserve to be murdered, but he deserves to go home one final time." 

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