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Detectives hunting the killer of Southampton pensioner Delia Hughes have released another CCTV image of a man they want to speak to.
This latest image shows the man on Bridge Road in Woolston at approximately 8am on Saturday, August 18, the day the body of Mrs Hughes was discovered.
The man was later sighted by an Atlantic Close resident leaving Atlantic Close and walking off in the direction towards Tasman Close at around 9.30am.
Prior to that, CCTV cameras saw the same man in the general area of Atlantic Close and the Ocean Village complex from around 8.20am.
He is described a white, aged 25-30 years old, slim build, approximately 5ft 8ins to 5ft 11ins tall.
He was wearing a grey hooded jacket which was zipped at the front, faded blue jeans, white training shoes and had a small black rucksack resting on his back.
Call Hampshire Police on 0845 0454545.
Detectives have returned to Ocean Village in Southampton to search for evidence linked to the murder of pensioner Delia Hughes earlier this month.
Specialist divers are to search waters in Southampton as part of investigations into the murder of a pensioner. Delia Hughes was found dead at her flat in Ocean Village on August the 18th. Officers will be looking in ornamental ponds for a weapon.
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Specialist search teams have spent the morning scouring ponds looking for the murder weapon used to kill pensioner Delia Hughes.