Police investigating the homicide of a taxi driver 39 years in the past will make a TV enchantment to hint a person who was seen sporting an Iron Maiden T-shirt in 2015.
George Murdoch, generally known as Dod, was attacked with a cheese wire whereas working in Aberdeen on 29 September 1983.
That night, the 58-year-old instructed his management room he was heading to Culter, a suburb of town, however by no means bought there.
He turned off onto Pitfodels Station Road, on the outskirts of town close to Deeside Railway Line, the place he was attacked and later died.
Last month, Police Scotland issued an enchantment for info as they attempt to hint a person who was seen sporting an Iron Maiden T-shirt in Wilson’s Sports Bar on Market Street in Aberdeen in September 2015.
No-one has ever been arrested in reference to the the homicide of Mr Murdoch.
Officers imagine the person could possibly assist with their investigation.
On Tuesday morning, senior investigating officer, detective inspector James Callander, will converse on BBC’s Crimewatch Live to lift consciousness concerning the enchantment.
He stated on Monday: “Regardless of how a lot time has handed, we proceed to obtain a constructive response from members of the general public from all all over the world once we enchantment for details about this mindless homicide.
“Following our appeal last year, we now have information about a man we would like to speak to who may be able to assist with information about George’s murder.
“Hopefully, the nationwide tv enchantment will give us the platform to succeed in somebody who could possibly assist us establish this man.”
Police Scotland’s main investigation crew continues to evaluate and examine the case.
Anyone who has not come ahead beforehand who believes they’ll help the investigation ought to contact 101 or e-mail a devoted inbox at [email protected]