The family of a man murdered in Winchester have released his photograph as police renew their appeal for witnesses.
Carl Scott's body was found at a house in Birch Court off Thurmond Crescent in Winchester on 22nd March.
Police are trying to establish the 37 year old's movements before his death.
A 58 year old man from Winchester was arrested on suspicion of murder and released on bail.
Police are asking anyone who has information which is relevant to this murder investigation to get in touch via 101 quoting Operation Teasel.
Any information can be left anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Carl Scott in Winchester.
A 58-year-old from Winchester was arrested on suspicion of murder last night. He is currently in police custody being questioned by officers.
Officers were called to a house in Birch Court, off Thurmond Crescent, on Wednesday afternoon after a member of the public found Mr Scott’s body.
“We are still in the early stages of this investigation and we are following various lines of enquiry to establish the exact circumstances of what happened.
“In particular, we are trying to build up a picture of Mr Scott’s lifestyle and movements.
“Therefore I am continuing to appeal for anyone who knew Mr Scott and had contact with him since February 1 this year to contact us. You may hold information that could be vital to our investigation.
“A cordon at the address will remain in place for the next few days while we carry out further enquiries.
“Once again, I would like to thank local residents for their patience while this takes place.”
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Nicola Brown, nee Long, 43, is charged with the murder and two counts of causing grievous bodily harm to Jake Long.
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Jake's father, jason Brown, is accused of causing or allowing the death of a child.
The fatal incident happened while Nicola Brown was looking after the young baby at their home in Agincourt Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, on December 19, 2014, while Mr Brown was at work as a forklift driver on a building site.
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