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walesonline.co.uk 14 Sep, 2021 20:30 am

Police launch fresh appeal for help to identify possible witness in alleged Bute Park murder

Police launch fresh appeal for help to identify possible witness in alleged Bute Park murder
South Wales Police have released a clearer image of the unknown man who has done nothing wrong but may hold vital information about the alleged murder of Dr Gary Jenkins in Bute Park, Cardiff

South Wales Police have launched a fresh appeal for the public's help in identifying a possible witness after a man was allegedly murdered in a Cardiff park.Senior investigating officer detective inspector Stuart Wales, from the South Wales Police major crime investigation team, said: “I would like to thank the community for the excellent support they have provided to this investigation to date, which has helped enormously.Alternatively anyone with information can contact the police via an online form or a private message on Facebook or Twitter quoting occurrence *254215.uk) or phone 101, quoting the same occurrence number, while information can be given to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

In the image he is wearing a white shirt, black shorts, and black hat while he also has facial hair and is carrying what looks to be a drinks can.Dr Gary Jenkins, 54, sustained life-threatening injuries in an incident in Bute Park in the early hours of Tuesday, July 20 and died at the University Hospital of Wales on Thursday, August 5.

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