Police release CCTV images of 23 people they believe could help with Castle Park murder investigation

Gazette: Police release CCTV images of 23 people they believe could help with Castle Park murder investigation Police release CCTV images of 23 people they believe could help with Castle Park murder investigation

POLICE have released CCTV images of 23 people they believe could help with their investigation into the Castle Park murder.

The images were taken from a camera which overlooks the Middle Mill area on the outskirts of the park between 11.45pm on Friday, March 28 and 4.23am on Saturday, March 29.

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Father-of-five Jim Attfield, 33, of East Bay, Colchester, was stabbed 102 times. He was found unconscious at 5.45am on Saturday, March 29 and died soon after.

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Senior Investigating Officer, DCI Simon Werrett, said: "The images from this camera at the entrance of the park at Middle Mill capture a number of people possibly walking in to the park. I would ask anyone who may have walked in this area on Friday night or Saturday morning to take a look at the pictures and see if they recognise themselves. Even if they are not pictured I would ask that they still contact my team to see if they might have any information which will help our enquiry.

"These CCTV images clearly demonstrate that the pathways through Castle Park are used regularly at night and as such there must be someone out there who holds vital information which could help us find the person or people who attacked James so brutally and left him alone to die.”

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Anyone with information should contact the major investigation team on 01245282103 between 6.30am and 8pm, or on 101 at other times.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 1111.

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11:16am Thu 10 Apr 14

julieee says...

Thankfully that street light was on giving police the opportunity to publish the cctv pictures.
Thankfully that street light was on giving police the opportunity to publish the cctv pictures. julieee
  • Score: 22

2:07pm Thu 10 Apr 14

irememberwhen says...

The people in 00:16 & 02:09 are the same
The people in 00:16 & 02:09 are the same irememberwhen
  • Score: 16

2:33pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Monkey1980 says...

How many rapes & now murders must happen in Colchester before ECC switch the street lights back on?? Don't care if this one light appears to be on at the time! It sure didn't help poor Jim, bless him!
How many rapes & now murders must happen in Colchester before ECC switch the street lights back on?? Don't care if this one light appears to be on at the time! It sure didn't help poor Jim, bless him! Monkey1980
  • Score: 8

2:36pm Thu 10 Apr 14

e5mitch says...

As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!!
As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!! e5mitch
  • Score: 12

2:43pm Thu 10 Apr 14

SAndrewss says...

irememberwhen wrote:
The people in 00:16 & 02:09 are the same
Well spotted.

Could the image at 3:42 be James?
[quote][p][bold]irememberwhen[/bold] wrote: The people in 00:16 & 02:09 are the same[/p][/quote]Well spotted. Could the image at 3:42 be James? SAndrewss
  • Score: 5

2:50pm Thu 10 Apr 14

SAndrewss says...

I'm not convinced that street lighting is much of an issue in this case, the few lights that are in this area were turned on.

I'm all for abolishing this ridiculous exercise of plunging parts of the town into darkness just to save a few quid, but I just don't think it has any relevance to the murder of James Attfield.
I'm not convinced that street lighting is much of an issue in this case, the few lights that are in this area were turned on. I'm all for abolishing this ridiculous exercise of plunging parts of the town into darkness just to save a few quid, but I just don't think it has any relevance to the murder of James Attfield. SAndrewss
  • Score: 18

3:08pm Thu 10 Apr 14

driver4108 says...

is the woman at 0036 the same person as the one at 0219 leaving with someone else?
is the woman at 0036 the same person as the one at 0219 leaving with someone else? driver4108
  • Score: 5

3:44pm Thu 10 Apr 14

wormshero says...

e5mitch wrote:
As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!!
Everything I've read has said that lights will always be on in places where there's cctv anyway, otherwise cctv will be useless. That was what the council agreed, it's what the police claimed, etc.
Looking at these I can't help but wish cctv worked a bit better - these aren't terrible pictures, but it is fairly hard to make people out. In an age where you can get action cameras filming in hd for a couple of hundred quid which would survive most things you can throw at them, it's shocking no one has developed cheaper cctv cameras with better optics in low light and nice high res sensors.
[quote][p][bold]e5mitch[/bold] wrote: As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!![/p][/quote]Everything I've read has said that lights will always be on in places where there's cctv anyway, otherwise cctv will be useless. That was what the council agreed, it's what the police claimed, etc. Looking at these I can't help but wish cctv worked a bit better - these aren't terrible pictures, but it is fairly hard to make people out. In an age where you can get action cameras filming in hd for a couple of hundred quid which would survive most things you can throw at them, it's shocking no one has developed cheaper cctv cameras with better optics in low light and nice high res sensors. wormshero
  • Score: 10

9:24pm Thu 10 Apr 14

LaurenM92 says...

Isnt that the same group of people at 02:09:55 and 00:16:53?
Isnt that the same group of people at 02:09:55 and 00:16:53? LaurenM92
  • Score: 2

9:38pm Thu 10 Apr 14

JohnStang says...

People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall.

I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around. JohnStang
  • Score: 0

10:38pm Thu 10 Apr 14

SAndrewss says...

JohnStang wrote:
People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall.

I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported.

Does anybody know?
[quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.[/p][/quote]Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know? SAndrewss
  • Score: 2

12:28pm Fri 11 Apr 14

romantic says...

SAndrewss wrote:
JohnStang wrote:
People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall.

I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported.

Does anybody know?
It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way.

We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police.

The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home.

I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.
[quote][p][bold]SAndrewss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.[/p][/quote]Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?[/p][/quote]It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere. romantic
  • Score: 5

2:12pm Fri 11 Apr 14

JohnStang says...

The East gate of Castle park has three pathways: one goes towards the leisure word, one goes up towards the castle wall and one goes out following the river and ends up on East Street. If you follow this path along there is a lake with two benches. He was found there. It is very close to the Riverside estate so if this had happened at any normal hour there would have been lots of people walking their dogs, jogging, ect. However, at night it is literally pitch black. As already said, there are many, many ways the person who did this could have travelled to the location. I doubt most of them have CCTV cameras in place.
The East gate of Castle park has three pathways: one goes towards the leisure word, one goes up towards the castle wall and one goes out following the river and ends up on East Street. If you follow this path along there is a lake with two benches. He was found there. It is very close to the Riverside estate so if this had happened at any normal hour there would have been lots of people walking their dogs, jogging, ect. However, at night it is literally pitch black. As already said, there are many, many ways the person who did this could have travelled to the location. I doubt most of them have CCTV cameras in place. JohnStang
  • Score: 2

2:56pm Fri 11 Apr 14

SAndrewss says...

JohnStang wrote:
The East gate of Castle park has three pathways: one goes towards the leisure word, one goes up towards the castle wall and one goes out following the river and ends up on East Street. If you follow this path along there is a lake with two benches. He was found there. It is very close to the Riverside estate so if this had happened at any normal hour there would have been lots of people walking their dogs, jogging, ect. However, at night it is literally pitch black. As already said, there are many, many ways the person who did this could have travelled to the location. I doubt most of them have CCTV cameras in place.
Thanks.
[quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: The East gate of Castle park has three pathways: one goes towards the leisure word, one goes up towards the castle wall and one goes out following the river and ends up on East Street. If you follow this path along there is a lake with two benches. He was found there. It is very close to the Riverside estate so if this had happened at any normal hour there would have been lots of people walking their dogs, jogging, ect. However, at night it is literally pitch black. As already said, there are many, many ways the person who did this could have travelled to the location. I doubt most of them have CCTV cameras in place.[/p][/quote]Thanks. SAndrewss
  • Score: 0

1:22am Sat 12 Apr 14

Angry of Lexden says...

romantic wrote:
SAndrewss wrote:
JohnStang wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?
It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.
Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men.
[quote][p][bold]romantic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAndrewss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.[/p][/quote]Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?[/p][/quote]It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.[/p][/quote]Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: -1

1:26am Sat 12 Apr 14

Angry of Lexden says...

wormshero wrote:
e5mitch wrote: As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!!
Everything I've read has said that lights will always be on in places where there's cctv anyway, otherwise cctv will be useless. That was what the council agreed, it's what the police claimed, etc. Looking at these I can't help but wish cctv worked a bit better - these aren't terrible pictures, but it is fairly hard to make people out. In an age where you can get action cameras filming in hd for a couple of hundred quid which would survive most things you can throw at them, it's shocking no one has developed cheaper cctv cameras with better optics in low light and nice high res sensors.
Good point, camera technology has advanced exponentially in recent years. Maybe we should spend the "savings" on lights out on upgrading the city kit.
[quote][p][bold]wormshero[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]e5mitch[/bold] wrote: As above good job the street lights are still on, but rather hypocrical that the police condone them being switched off all across the county potentially depriving us of this type of evidence in the future!![/p][/quote]Everything I've read has said that lights will always be on in places where there's cctv anyway, otherwise cctv will be useless. That was what the council agreed, it's what the police claimed, etc. Looking at these I can't help but wish cctv worked a bit better - these aren't terrible pictures, but it is fairly hard to make people out. In an age where you can get action cameras filming in hd for a couple of hundred quid which would survive most things you can throw at them, it's shocking no one has developed cheaper cctv cameras with better optics in low light and nice high res sensors.[/p][/quote]Good point, camera technology has advanced exponentially in recent years. Maybe we should spend the "savings" on lights out on upgrading the city kit. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 0

11:38am Sun 13 Apr 14

wormshero says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
romantic wrote:
SAndrewss wrote:
JohnStang wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?
It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.
Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men.
I'd read "guy" in that sentence to be gender neutral, like "Hey, guys, hows it going?" would be as yeah, you're right, it could be either sex, or it could be a group of people, it's not really possible to tell.
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]romantic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAndrewss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.[/p][/quote]Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?[/p][/quote]It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.[/p][/quote]Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men.[/p][/quote]I'd read "guy" in that sentence to be gender neutral, like "Hey, guys, hows it going?" would be as yeah, you're right, it could be either sex, or it could be a group of people, it's not really possible to tell. wormshero
  • Score: 1

10:07am Mon 14 Apr 14

romantic says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
romantic wrote:
SAndrewss wrote:
JohnStang wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.
Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?
It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.
Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men.
Yes, of course, you are right. It could be a female, could be male, could be a group, we just don't know.
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]romantic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAndrewss[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnStang[/bold] wrote: People who are walking towards the camera are walking away from the town centre, towards the path that leads to North Station. In other words, they are travelling generally the opposite direction from the crime scene unless they walked towards the leisure world and then back over the footbridge which wouldn't have much point as they could just use the path behind the castle next to the Roman wall. I was in this area of town today at around 4:30pm and even at this time there are so many shady looking characters around.[/p][/quote]Where actually was he found? I'm not sure I've heard/seen the actual precise location reported. Does anybody know?[/p][/quote]It was quite a way from Middlemill, on the path which goes next to the lake. I agree with John Stang: anybody walking forwards here is heading towards North Station area or Cowdray Avenue. People walking away from the camera could be heading for the alleyway or into town. The killer(s) could have got to the path via several possible routes (from East Street, from Riverside, from Roman/Castle Road, from Sportsway, from Leisure World). Clearly, the police need to look at every possible person, but this would not be the obvious route to take if you were heading that way. We don't know what time this happened, but by the fact he was still alive when found, it is probably closer to 5.00 than midnight. Somebody somewhere has a friend/son/brother who got home very late and will have been acting strangely since this happened. By the fact that they were walking where this took place, it has to be somebody local. Somebody must at least have a suspicion of who this is. The breakthrough in this will come when somebody, perhaps somebody who is quite fearful, takes the big step and calls the police. The other thing will be: which way did the killer leave the park? The nearest exit would be into Riverside. They must have been seen by somebody between leaving the park and getting home. I really hope this person gets caught soon, because it is a big concern for us all that this guy is out there somewhere.[/p][/quote]Why a "guy" - perhaps just as possible to be a female - copy cat - of the female recently found guilty of knifing men.[/p][/quote]Yes, of course, you are right. It could be a female, could be male, could be a group, we just don't know. romantic
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