Police release CCTV of 83-year-old dog walker stabbed to death

Rodiano Bonacci
Agosto 11, 2017

Peter Wrighton, who was stabbed to death while walking his two dogs in East Harling, Norfolk.

More than 100 police officers and staff are now involved in trying to track down the killer who brutally stabbed Peter Wrighton in Norfolk woodland.

'When we think of Peter, we remember him with fond and happy memories that will stay with us always.' No arrests have been made after 5ft 7in Mr Wrighton, who had been married for 59 years, died on Saturday morning.

He was found by another dog walker with his two small dogs unharmed nearby about 10.45am near East Harling, Norfolk.

The first man is described as white, aged over 50, of slim build, with pale skin, and grey or white hair which is balding on top. He was seen in The Street changing into a white t-shirt.

The second potential witness is a white male with a tanned complexion, aged 25 to 30, 5ft 9in to 5ft 11in, with an athletic build, short, dark wavy hair and dark eyes.

Detective Superintendent Andy Smith, who is overseeing the investigation, said: "This, as you will appreciate is a large-scale, complex and detailed investigation which involves a number of strands".

Norfolk Police has also released a poster appealing for information.

He wore a grey or blue t-shirt, grey floppy gym-style shorts above the knee and heavy duty flip-flops. He was seen within the boundary marked on the map in red.

The third man is described as a white male, aged 30 to 50, of medium build, who wore dark-coloured clothing and was seen walking without a dog in the northern area of the heath.

"We want to help Peter's family and the people in the local area to understand what happened", he said.

"We want to piece together Peter's final days so that we can understand what happened to him and why".

"A police presence will remain in the area for the foreseeable future and I hope this provides local communities with confidence that we are here to support and protect them".

"I would like to ask again, that if you live within five miles of The Street please can you check your bins, gardens and outbuildings for any items which may have been discarded by a potential suspect".

If anyone with any information about the murder or any suspicious activity should contact Norfolk Police immediately on 08000560944 or 02071580010 quoting Operation Graduate.

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