Source: Bath Chronicle UK
The body of a 31-year-old man found in a rural village on the fringes of Bristol could have lain there for several days before it was discovered on Christmas Eve, police believe.
Detectives investigating the murder of Mohammed Abdurezek, who was found with multiple stab wounds in a wooded area in Siston, near Warmley, believe the killers dumped his body after he died.
Police have now launched a fresh appeal in a bid to trace Mohammed’s movements in the days leading up to his murder.
The Ethiopian, who has lived in Britain for 10 years, was found by a dog walker in undergrowth off Gibbs Lane at about 10.10 a.m. on Christmas Eve.
Detective Chief Inspector James Riccio, from Avon and Somerset police’s Major Crime Investigation Team, said Mohammed is believed to have been in Bristol since the beginning of December.
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