Jim Attfield murder: New bid to trace dog walker

Essex County Standard: Jim Attfield murder: New bid to trace dog walker Jim Attfield murder: New bid to trace dog walker

DETECTIVES investigating the brutal murder of Jim Attfield have re-released a CCTV image of a man walking his dog who is yet to come forward.

The man can be seen walking through the park on Saturday, March 29, at 3.49am.

He has yet to come forward, despite the picture being shown on TV, online and in newspapers since April 10.

Police released more than 20 CCTV images of people walking in Middle Mill, close to Lower Castle Park, between Friday, March 28, at 10pm and March 29 at 5am.

They want to speak to potential witnesses and eliminate them from enquiries.

Mr Attfield, 33, of East Bay, Colchester, was found near Lower Castle Park with 102 stab wounds at 5.50am on March 29.

Essex County Standard: Police are appealing for information after James Attfield was found murdered in a Colchester park (Essex Police/PA)

His killer, or killers, are still on the loose. Anyone with information is urged call Essex Police on 101 or Crimstoppers, which is offering a £5,000 reward for information, on 0800 555111.

A man and a woman, both aged 27 and from Colchester, are on police bail having been arrested in connection with the murder.

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10:35pm Fri 30 May 14

Plausible Deniability says...

Kay O Conner Wickham Road 1974 RIP+

Rip Jim+ The pain for us all goes on mate+

Come on someone ?
Kay O Conner Wickham Road 1974 RIP+ Rip Jim+ The pain for us all goes on mate+ Come on someone ? Plausible Deniability
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4:18pm Sat 31 May 14

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4:24pm Sat 31 May 14

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4:32pm Sun 1 Jun 14

JohnStang says...

So there has been another attack within a few hundred square metres of the murder down one of these poorly lit footpaths. Why is there not an effort from the people to try to deter people from using these paths after dark? They are clearly not safe. I would like to see more details of how the attack happened released.... was he ambushed? Did they pull up in a car, assault him and drive off? The public needs to know these type of details so we know what to look for! It is our safety at stake ultimately.
So there has been another attack within a few hundred square metres of the murder down one of these poorly lit footpaths. Why is there not an effort from the people to try to deter people from using these paths after dark? They are clearly not safe. I would like to see more details of how the attack happened released.... was he ambushed? Did they pull up in a car, assault him and drive off? The public needs to know these type of details so we know what to look for! It is our safety at stake ultimately. JohnStang
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