Thursday, July 18, 2024

Brixham Murder Appeal, Police seek to identify two possible witnesses

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Detectives at Devon and Cornwall Police are still conducting enquiries into the death of Mr David Williams, 49, from Brixham.

Mr Williams died after he received a serious injury following an incident on the Quay in Brixham in the early hours of Friday 29th June 2018.

Police have released images of two people they would like to identify and speak to in connection with the ongoing murder investigation in Brixham.

Detective Sergeant Jo Simms from the Major crime team said:

“Our murder investigation continues and today we have released images of two people we are desperate to locate and speak to.

We are trying to trace these individuals who went to Liberty Tea Party and Cocktail Bar on The Quay area of Brixham; we believe they may have witnessed the incident later that evening that eventually lead to the death of David Williams.

We believe that they were visiting the area and possible reside in the Windsor area of Berkshire. We are working with our colleagues in Thames Valley Police on this matter, but we are hoping this appeal will help us locate these two important witnesses.

If you know who these two people are, or recognise yourself in appeal, please contact us on [email protected] quoting CR/057720/18.”

Previously five men aged, 21, 23, 27, 28 and 30 were arrested, all have since been released under investigation pending further enquiries.

If you were in the area and have not yet come forward, or you do have information that could be of use to the police with the investigation you are urged to get in touch.

Information can be given anonymously through Crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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