THE DETECTIVE leading enquiries into the suspicious death of Carnoustie man Tony English has said he was certain someone living in the local community holds the key to revealing crucial information about the 59-year-old’s death, writes Johnston Ralston.
In appealing for witnesses to come forward, Detective Chief Inspector Iain Wales said: “We have been greatly encouraged by the amount of information that has been passed on to us so far, but I know that, 10 days into the enquiry,
“Mr English’s death remains the main topic of conversation in Carnoustie and people are understandably concerned.
“I believe that there is someone in the town who has vital information that they have still to share with the police, information that could help us to establish the exact circumstances in which Tony died. They need to come forward and assist the investigation.
“I am concerned that there is an impression in Carnoustie that we have got to the bottom of how Mr English died and that the case is solved.”
Anyone who can assist the investigation should call 0300 111 2222, or speak to any officer. Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.