Police are working to identify a man who died after being found in a park in Oxford. He is believed to have been lying where he was found for some hours and suffered injuries to his head and upper body.
Police are appealing for any witnesses that were in the area of Hinksey Park on the night of 20th September 2013 and heard or saw anything that may assist with the investigation to contact Detective Inspector Paul Miller on the 24-hour non-emergency telephone number 101.
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