A man who was shot dead at a pool party in Surrey on July 25 has been named as 34-year-old Ricardo Hunter. Police were called to an address in Church Lane, Headley, at 2.30am BST following reports of a disturbance, where they discovered Hunter's body.
A post-mortem examination found that the victim from Coulsdon in south London, died from a single gunshot wound at the event, near Epsom.
Two other people were also injured in the shooting. A 36-year-old woman is receiving medical treatment after being shot in the leg, but her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. Another man was treated for minor shoulder wounds.
A 38-year-old man from London, who was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder and attempted murder, remains in custody. A 30-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender has been released on conditional bail until September, police said.
As investigations continue, specialist divers have been searching a village pond for the gun used in the shooting.
Forensic teams are undertaking a detailed examination of the house were the incident occurred as police said they intend to question all 400 people who were at the party and appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Det Chief Inspector Paul Rymarz, from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, said: "This was a shocking incident where a man lost his life and we are determined to bring those responsible to justice.
Following the incident we quickly launched a large-scale police investigation to speak to anyone who was at the private pool party and gather all relevant information to establish what happened.
"We know there were several hundred people at the pool party in Church Lane on the evening of Sunday 24 July into the early hours of Monday 25 July and although we have already spoken to a number of witnesses we intend to speak to everyone who was at the party.
"I would therefore ask anyone who was at the event and may have seen what happened or with any footage or information who has not spoken to police to come forward as a matter of urgency.
"I would like to assure people that we will treat any reports or information provided in the strictest confidence. This incident has understandably sent shockwaves through the Headley community and we are working with our safer neighbourhood team colleagues to update and reassure residents.
The annual event was organised by reggae dancehall artist Jason White and his girlfriend Summerlyn Farquharson, BBC News reported. According to the Guardian, Farquharson denied the event was a "sex party", adding that she did not know the victim.
Neighbours reportedly complained as hundreds of people descended on the house for the party, which had been advertised on social media. Pictures on social media showed a male dancehall DJ and a woman advertised as organisers of the event.