Detectives have released details of items which may have been stolen from a murdered man whose body was found in a graveyard in Northampton.
Jamie McMahon is believed to have been carrying a leather Paul Smith wallet, containing a provisional driving licence, his Nationwide bank card and cash.
None of these items were found when Jamie’s body was discovered.
Jamie, aged 26, from Abbey Road, Far Cotton, was found by a member of the public at about 7.45am on Wednesday October 2 in the St Giles’ churchyard.
He was last seen alive shortly after 2am in the York Road area wearing a dark blue hoodie, jeans and trainers.
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