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Police clueless as to who killed Lea Williams
Police remain clueless as to who killed Lea Williams.
Mr Williams was found battered to death in Hove on Monday, February 11.
The 45-year-old suffered “horrific head wounds” after being attacked where he was sleeping in an archway by the Hove Pitch and Putt, police said.
Detective Chief Inspector Ian Pollard, who is leading the investigation said: "On Monday it will be three weeks since Lea's body was found in the ‘bat caves’ by three project workers.
“The only confirmed sighting of him alive is on the morning of Sunday, February 10.
"Lea died from injuries caused by a brutal and sustained attack and someone somewhere must know who is responsible. His killer or killers must be caught and brought to justice.
"An anniversary appeal at the scene of the crime on Monday, February 18 did result in local people providing information but to date this has not led us to Lea's murderer or murderers.
“The local neighbourhood policing team are working alongside the investigation team and continue to work closely with the many groups who work with the homeless in Brighton and Hove and pictures of Lea have been circulated throughout the city.
“On February 19 we released a photograph of Lea with three other people in the 'bat caves' but we still do not know who took the photograph.
"Officers are continuing to gather and review CCTV from in and around the area, talking to friends and pursuing other lines of enquiry in a bid try and establish Lea's last movements and of course to spot anyone acting suspiciously in the area between Sunday, February 10, and Monday, February 11.
"Please do come forward if you know who killed Lea.”
Call Sussex Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 111 555.
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