Earlier this month at Manchester's Parklife festival, Robert Hart was stabbed and killed. This is the e-fit for the murder suspect.
He is still at large. Somebody must have been there with him. Somebody would recognise that face.
You may not recognise him, but if you were there, there's something you can do. We all took pictures on the day. We maybe shot a few videos. Take a glance through everything you shot with a critical eye. Can you see him?
Most people are well-intentioned individuals who would want to bring his killers to justice, but- in order to persuade those who may be harbouring him- the organisers of Parklife have put up a £20,000 reward for the information leading to the arrest and conviction of Robert’s attacker.
Regardless of the reward, jump onto Facebook on your desktop- the bigger a screen you can view it on, the better. Look through your photos, and your friend's photos. Can you see that face?
The Manchester Evening News says: “The offender is described as a mixed race male, aged in his late 20’s and around 6ft 1in tall. He has a muscular build and short, dark hair which was shaved at the sides. He was also wearing shorts and a blue, bomber-style jacket with the letter ‘A’ in white on the front.
Alternatively you can call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
You may not be able to see his face, but you may be able to see the inflatable doll he was carrying. This is a dead giveaway. I find it hard to believe that- out of 60,000 people at the festival- not ONE of you took a picture of this man, carrying what was probably a sex doll. One of you snapped him either on purpose or with him in the background. Have a rummage.