Over 10,000 posters are being distributed to homes in Ravenscliffe and surrounding neighbourhoods as part of the latest enquires into the death of Clement Desmier.
They call on local people to come forward with information about the 68-year-old's lifestyle and movements prior to his body being found on 23 August 2012.
We are beginning to build up a clearer picture of Mr Desmier’s last movements, however; we still need vital details that will help us to develop our investigations further.It is imperative that we hear from any witnesses or anyone with information who could assist in our enquiry further."
Detectives investigating the death of 68 year old Clement Desmier, from Bradford, have released further details of the last time he was seen alive.
It has emerged that Mr Desmier entered his home on Rowlestone Rise in Ravenscliffe with another man at around 4:20pm on 22 August.
Officers are trying to establish the identity of this man and continue to work at the scene as part of forensic examinations. Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Superintendent Mark Ridley said:
"We do not know who this man is and it imperative that we are able quickly speak to him as part of our enquiry. This is the last known sighting of Mr Desmier and the information this individual may hold could be key to our investigations.
"Even the smallest detail can add to the jigsaw and help us develop a picture of the circumstances leading to Mr Desmier’s death. We are therefore calling on the public to help us locate this man. He is described as white, in his late 20s, of slim build and with mousey brown collar length hair.
"He was wearing a light grey or beige bomber jacket and a blue baseball cap. It is now two weeks since his death and this is a new line of enquiry which could potentially take us closer to the answers."
Police are also "extremely keen" to trace the two men reported to have been acting suspiciously outside Mr Desmier’s home address during the early hours of the 23rd August. Anyone with information is asked to contact the non emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 11.