Help solve death riddle.
The body of Olaf Robert Brunskill was found at the foot of a stairwell in the underground car park at Fenkle Street, in Newcastle, on Wednesday.
Emergency services were called at around 4.50pm, but the 32-yearold from the city's West End, was pronounced dead when they arrived.
While Mr Brunskill's death is not being treated as suspicious, inquiries into the exact circumstances are ongoing.
Police would still like to hear from anyone who saw him in the moments before he died to help piece together his final movements.
And detectives have today released CCTV images of a man they believe was the last person to see him alive.
Det Insp Lee Buzzeo of Newcastle CID said police want to speak to the man, who was wearing a light-coloured jacket, as a witness.
"Although there is nothing untoward about the death, we are still trying to piece together exactly what happened and believe this man may have information which can help us," he said. "We'd urge him or anyone who knows him to contact us as soon as possible." The Fenkle Street car park was cordoned off with police tape after Mr Brunskill's body was discovered.
Three police cars and a van stood watch outside as paramedics attempted to revive him.
Anyone who recognises the man pictured, or has any information is asked to contact Newcastle CID, on 03456 043 043 ext 62361..
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Jun 2, 2009|
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