NEW CCTV footage has been released of a group of people who could hold vital information to an assault.

Married Cameron Devlin, 34, suffered head injuries after he was brutally attacked in the early hours of December 21.

But he died suddenly five days later.

Sussex Police is investigating whether his death is linked to the injuries he sustained when he was assaulted in North Street around 4am.

Four men, three aged 18 and one 19, from Crawley, West Sussex were held on suspicion of causing GBH with intent and have since been released under investigation while the probe continues.

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Cameron Devlin suffered head injuries in Brighton on a night out

Now police have issued new CCTV from West Street at 3.47am on the day of the incident of a group of people they believe may hold vital information to the assault.

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Ian Still said: “We continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the assault in Brighton and whether this is linked to the death of Cameron.

“The new footage we have released is in the vicinity of the assault and this group of people may have witnessed the incident or seen Cameron before or after.

“If you recognise yourself or anyone in this footage, we urge you to make contact with us without delay.

“You can do this via our website or 101 quoting Operation Curve or by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Three 18-year-old men and a 19-year-old man all from Crawley were arrested on 21 December on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent. They have been released under investigation pending further enquiries.