05 Oct 2017 9:59am
Police have appealed for public help to locate clothing connected with the death of a man at Salisbury last month.
Detectives believe the clothing may have been discarded in rural locations between Angle Vale and Kadina.
“In particular the items may have been left along rural roads situated on the eastern side of Port Wakefield Road and north of the Copper Coast Highway,” said Detective Inspector Greg Hutchins, from the SA Police Major Crime Investigation Branch.
The clothing – a white or grey coloured zip-front hoodie style windcheater and a dark-coloured t-shirt with a circular motif on it – were worn by a suspect in the alleged murder of David Norris on 10 September at Fisher St, Salisbury.
Mr Norris, from Northfield, was found dead a business premises just after 6.20pm on Sunday 9 September.
A 39-year-old Kadina man has been charged with murder while a 65-year-old man from Salisbury North has been charged with impeding an investigation. Both are due to appear in court again in November.
Police have today released CCTV footage – and a still image– showing the clothing they are keen to locate.
Anyone who finds items of clothing matching those the footage is urged to call police immediately.
“Please don’t touch the items, but call police immediately on 1800 333 000,” Detective Inspector Hutchins said.
“Anyone else with information in connection with this case is also urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au/ - you can remain anonymous.
“And I would urge anyone with any other issues or concerns around this matter to call us to discuss those.”