THOUSANDS of pounds has been raised in memory of a man who died in the Twin Bridges Bracknell underpass last weekend.

Tributes have been pouring in after a fundraising page was 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.

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The victim was rushed to hospital with serious head injuries but sadly died two days later.

A fundraiser was set up to raise a total of £10,000 to repatriate Agapito's body back to his home country of Timor-Leste in Southeast Asia. 

In the space of five days, £8,455 has been raised from kind members of the Bracknell community.

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Picture of Agapito de Sousa supplied by Francisco Sarmento

Paula Giusti commented on the fundraiser and said: "As a fellow Bracknell Partner, I was so very sorry to hear this terrible news. May you Rest in Peace, Agapito, and I hope that you can get home to your family soon."

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