Floral tributes have been placed where a man died in a suspected hit-and-run crash.
The 62-year-old, who had been driving a Citroen, suffered fatal injuries in the collision in Bedonwell Road, Bexleyheath.
Yellow and red roses have been tied around a lamppost, with a message reading: "Thinking of you and your family. You are in our thoughts."
A spokesman for the Met Police says officers were called to the incident shortly before 7.30pm that evening.
"Despite the efforts of emergency services, the driver of a red Citreon C1 car – a 62-year-old man – was pronounced dead at the scene," they said. "The man's family has been informed.
"Another vehicle involved in the collision – a silver Mercedes – failed stop and drove away from the scene.
"Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) based at Catford are investigating."
The force says the Mercedes was found abandoned a short time later.
A 36-year-old man was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, causing a death while uninsured and failing to stop at a collision. He was taken into custody.
Anyone with information or dashcam footage of the incident is asked to contact the SCIU on 020 8285 1574.