New CCTV images have been released of a man who was found dead on Perranporth Beach in February.
Police in Cornwall have released new images of the last moments of Alan Jeal's life, before he was found dead on Perranporth Beach.
Investigation continues into death of Alan Jeal
The brother of man found dead on Perranporth beach has made an emotional appeal for information.The body of 64 year old Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was discovered by a dog walker on Tuesday 25th February.
At a press conference today police revealed he had a pair of small white headphones pushed into his mouth, as well as a sock. Some of his personal items including a bank card, ipod shuffle and Nokia phone are still missing.
His brother Derek urged anyone with information to come forward.
The brother of a man who was found dead on Perranporth beach is appealing for any new information about his brother's death. Alan Jeal was found naked on the beach at the end of february. The 64 year old was last seen in Truro.
His brother Derek Jeal says it was out of character for him travel that far west. Devon & Cornwall Police have put together this video appeal from Mr Jeal.
Police have released more CCTV footage of a man found dead on a beach at Perranporth. Officers investigating the death of Alan Jeal want to trace three people seen with him at a bus stop in Truro the night before he died.
Detectives are investigating whether the 64 year old from Wadebridge was murdered. They say multiple injuries were found on his body which are inconsistent with drowning and can't be easily explained.
Police are hoping to identify three people seen in the footage talking to a man believed to be Alan Jeal, at a bus stop in Truro. Cathy Wardle reports.
New CCTV images have been released of a man who was found dead on Perranporth Beach in Cornwall last month.
64-year-old Alan Jeal was last seen in Truro the night before his death on 25 February 2014. Police want to speak to three people who stood at this bus stop with him. They are treating his death as a murder investigation.
Police have released a new image of a backpack carried by Alan Jeal.
The body of the 64 year old from Wadebridge was found on Perranporth beach on January 24th.
Police are still trying to find out how he died and are appealing for anyone with information to get in touch.
Police investigating the suspicious death of Alan Jeal are focusing on CCTV footage to trace his last movements on Monday 24 February, the day before his body was found on Perranporth Beach.
Detectives have released a map and a series of CCTV images showing a man, believed to be Alan, in Truro city centre that evening.
It is believed that Alan got the number 594 bus from Wadebridge to the Lemon Quay area of Truro, arriving at the bus station at 6.14pm. He was seen walking towards the public toilets at The Leats, and was last seen at 6.36pm in Boscawen Street.
Officers are trying to find out where the 64-year-old from Wadebridge went after that, and how he got to Perranporth.
The family of a man whose naked body was washed up on a Cornish beach say they're desperate for answers about his death.
Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was discovered by a dog walker nearly a fortnight ago at Perranporth.
Today his family issued a statement saying they're shocked and deeply saddened. Police say Mr Jeal may have been murdered.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports.