Images from the final hours of a man found murdered on a park bench near Bognor beach have been released by police this morning.

The CCTV footage shows Polish man Marek Pudlowski, 51, of Bassett Road, Bognor, at a local bank in the town on the morning he died.

He appears to be in discomfort and pain, and police believe that he had already been attacked at this stage.

He was found later that day, Monday, August 3, by a member of the public.

Although an exact cause of death has yet to be established, he had suffered serious bruising to his upper body and police are treating the death as murder.

Also released today is an emotional appeal from his daughter, Agniezka Pudlowska, who flew from Poland to England on Monday. In it, she asks for witnesses and information.

Detective Chief Inspector Steve Johns, from the Sussex Police Major Crime Branch, is leading Operation Langton. He said: "We hope that by releasing the CCTV footage and the appeal it will provide new lines of enquiry and someone will come forward with the vital information that we need.

"As well as releasing it to the general public, the footage will also be shown at drop-in centres which are frequented by the Eastern European community. Agniezka has made the appeal in both English and Polish so we can taget as many people as possible."

On Monday, police and community support officers handed out leaflets and spoke to dozens of members of the public exactly one week after Mr Pudlowski was attacked. These had been translated into Polish and Russian in a bid to engage with the local community.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 0845 60 70 999, quoting Operation Langton.