The family of a man who died in 2016 are appealing for information in a bid to piece together the last hours of his life.
44-year-old Liam Hill was found dead in his flat in Rhyl. It initially opened a murder inquiry after a post mortem discovered he died as a result of a skull fracture.
However an inquest found it was impossible to conclude whether he was assaulted or if he fell.
Now three years on his death remains a mystery.
His family returned to Rhyl to start a leaflet campaign in the hope of finding out what happened.
Liam's sister Colette said it has destroyed their lives:
Liam's niece, Lynette, says it's been difficult returning to the town where her uncle died.