Police investigating the murder of a Greenock man who was found injured in a cemetery have said four people may hold “vital information” for their inquiry.
Michael Mearns, 56, was found with serious injuries at Greenock Cemetery at 20:00 on Thursday, 30 July. He later died at Inverclyde Royal Hospital.
Following a second stop-and-question operation on Thursday, police said they wanted to trace two men and two women.
They said they were now following new lines of inquiry.
Officers said 60 people were spoken to in and around Greenock Cemetery between 18:00 and 21:00 on Thursday – two weeks on from when Mr Mearns was discovered.
Michael Mearns cemetery murder: Four witnesses soughtPolice investigating the murder of a Greenock man who was found injured in a cemetery say four people may hold “vital information”.
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