Police are hoping to release an artist's impression tomorrow of the man who's body was washed ashore at Perranporth.
They say the man, who was found on the beach last Tuesday, may have been murdered. He had a number of wounds which were suspicious. Despite extensive inquiries the man still hasn't been identified.
At the moment for us that's key to this inquiry.The identity is completely unkown to us.We've got no clues at the moment as to his identity so we're appealing to the public to anyone that may know anything tht could identity him to come forward to us and that'll help us to prigress this inquiry to a conclusion.
Police have issued two photographs which they hope will help to identify a man who's body was washed up at Perranporth earlier this week. The photographs show a shoe the man was wearing when he was found by a dog walker.
They also released a picture of a small boy which was in a wallet believed to belong to the man. The body was found near the Watering Hole bar last Tuesday.
The excavation has begun to uncover St Piran's Oratory in Cornwall.The week-long project, to be carried out by a team of volunteers led by archaeologists, is the culmination of a 15 year campaign by the St Piran Trust.
Buried to protect it from the elements in 1980, the 5th century stone structure set in sand dunes above Perranporth, is claimed by some historians to be the oldest Christian building in Britain.
Ian Saltern from the St Piran Trust, and Cornish MP Sarah Newton, say it's an historic day:-