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Headphones Found In Mans Mouth
Alan Jeal's body was found on the 25th of February on Perranporth Beach. Today his family and the police are appealing for anyone who saw him to come forward.
The 64 year old's body was found on Tuesday 25 February with multiple injuries to his chest, head and hand. He suffered significant internal injuries, a flesh wound to his scalp and bleeding hand injuries.
The last known sighting of Alan was at a bus top at Lemon Quay in Truro at 6.50pm on Monday the 24th of February. Three other people were waiting to get on the bus along with Alan, which stopped at St Agnes, Perranporth and finally Newquay.
Police and Alan's family are asking those three people who were waiting at the bus stop to get in touch with them, as they can help trace his last movements.
It's thought Alan got onto the bus, but after trawling through hours of CCTV footage, Police have found no evidence of him getting off the bus later that evening.
Police have revealed that as well as the sock that was found in Alan's mouth, a pair of headphones were also looped around the sock, hanging out of his mouth. It's not known whether Alan or someone else put them there.
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