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.
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
Police in Cornwall have released CCTV in an effort to trace three people stood at Truro bus stop.