THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised in memory of the victim of a fatal underpass 'attack' in Bracknell.

Agapito de Sousa, 34, was found with serious injuries in the Twin Bridges Roundabout underpass about 3.30am on April 25.

He was rushed to hospital but sadly died just days later.

Police are continuing to investigate the 34 year old's death and this week released CCTV in a hunt for three scooters riders who may have information on what happened.

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Since Mr de Sousa's death the community has rallied round to pay tribute and a fundraiser was launched to help repatriate the victim back home to East Timor.

The fundraiser has now raised more than £9,000 in memory of the former Waitrose worker.

It is hoped to raise £10,000 to help provide a burial for Mr de Sousa abroad, and currently stands at £9,368.

Fundraiser for victim of Twin Bridges underpass attack

Fundraiser for victim of Twin Bridges underpass 'attack'

Many people have flooded the fundraising page with tributes and messages, spanning several languages.

One simply said 'this young man deserves to go home', while another added: "I'm so sorry to hear of the tragic loss of your friend. I really hope that he makes his final journey home. Rip Agapito."

The page, created by friend and 'brother' Francisco Sarmento has been shared 2,500 times and had more than 300 donations from local residents and many afar.

Click here to donate to the page.

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Police are yet to determine the circumstances surrounding the fatal incident but ask anyone with information to contact 101 ref 43210174782

A 39-year-old man, from Bracknell, has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and theft, and he has been released under investigation while our enquiries continue.