Sam Petrou Wiki – Sam Petrou Biography
Sam Petrou, 35, was found dead by Kent Police at Cliff Cottage Chalet Park in Fourth Avenue, Eastchurch, at around 9.40 am on Sunday. Two men and a woman have been arrested following an investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate. They remain under investigation and have been put on bail with conditions, to return to a police station on 11 September.
Tributes have poured in from the Bromley community, where Sam is believed to be from, following his death. In a post shared to Facebook, Sam’s dad Nick Petrou wrote: ‘He was so loved, the amount of posts and heartfelt comments that people have put up of him has blown me away and lifted my broken heart. ‘I would like to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my broken heart, for loving my beautiful son Sam from boyhood to manhood and beyond. I remember like yesterday when he was born with colic and in pain. ‘I held him in my arms every night for hours until he fell asleep. I have loved him and wanted to hold him in my arms, and did every time I saw him. He was so loving and I miss my baby.’
Sam Petrou was 35 years old
Sam Petrou shot dead at a holiday park in Sheppey
Officers continue to appeal to drivers who may have been travelling through Eastchurch, between 7.30 pm and 9 pm on Saturday, June 10, to check for any dashcam footage that may assist the investigation. They are looking to identify the movements of people or vehicles in the Warden Road and Fourth Avenue areas. A Kent Police spokesperson said: ‘Three suspects arrested in connection with the death of a man in Sheerness have been bailed as part of an ongoing murder investigation. ‘Kent Police was called at around 9.40 am on Sunday 11 June 2023, to an address in Fourth Avenue, Eastchurch, where Sam Petrou was found deceased.
‘Mr. Petrou, aged 35, had suffered injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. They all remain under investigation and are currently bailed, with conditions, to return to a police station on 11 September. Officers continue to appeal to drivers who may have been traveling through Eastchurch, between 7.30 pm and 9 pm on Saturday 10 June, to check for any dashcam footage that may assist the investigation. ‘They are looking to identify the movements of people or vehicles in the Warden Road and Fourth Avenue areas.
‘Anyone with information can submit this online by visiting the Public Portal Alternatively, call Kent Police on 01622 652006, quoting reference 11-0449. ‘You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete the online form on their website.’