North Wales Police have made a fresh appeal for information after a man died following an alleged assault at an Abergele pub.
Police say an incident occurred at the Pen-y-Bont Inn on Bridge Street at around 10.30pm on Thursday night.
Paul Blackledge, 54, later died in hospital.
Police say they are keen to speak to anyone who might have witnessed what happened, or anyone who might have driven past the pub at the time.
A man and woman have been charged with manslaughter and remain in custody.
The manager of a pub in Abergele and a colleague have appeared in court accused of manslaughter.
Tracey Jones, 47, and Anthony Smith, 39, are charged with killing 54-year-old Paul Blackledge.
He was allegedly assaulted outside the Pen-y-Bont pub on Thursday night.
They were remanded in custody to appear at Caernarfon Crown Court on 5 August.
The family of Paul Blackledge, who died following an incident at an Abergele pub on Thursday night, have paid tribute to him.
– Family of Paul Blackledge
Paul was a funny, good natured man and we are devastated by his death. He will be sadly missed by all his family.
A man and a woman have been jointly charged with manslaughter following the death of a man at the weekend. Tracy Jones 47, Anthony Graham Smith, 39, are due to appear before magistrates later today.
Paul Blackledge, 54, died on Saturday night after an incident outside an Abergele pub on Thursday.
Police say a 54-year-old man who was in a 'critical condition' following an incident outside an Abergele pub has died.
– North Wales Police
Police are continuing to interview the man and woman who were arrested yesterday in connection with the incident, and inquiries are ongoing.
There are no further details available at present.
Police are still appealing for witnesses to the incident, which is understood to have happened at around 10:30pm on Thursday night at the Pen-y-Bont pub.
A 54-year-old man is said to be in a critical condition in hospital following an incident outside the Pen-y-Bont pub in Abergele.
Police say a man and woman, both local to the area, have been arrested.
Officers are now seeking witnesses to the incident, which is understood to have happened at around 10:30pm on Thursday.