Devon and Cornwall police have issued a statement following the terror attack in London.
Perranporth: Brother Appeals For Information
Mystery still surrounds the death of Alan Jeal, who's naked body was found on Perranporth beach on 25th February.
64-year old Alan Eric Jeal, was found at high tide at 2pm on February 25, on Perranporth beach.
He was only wearing socks and one walking shoe when his body was discovered by a dog walker.
A post-mortem examination found multiple injuries on Mr Jeal's body which are inconsistent with drowning. A sock was found in his mouth; Detective Chief Inspector Dave Thorne, senior investigating officer at Devon and Cornwall Police, said: "We can't think of an explanation as to why it would be there and this is one of the reasons we are treating Alan's death as suspicious.'
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