Photo of Stephen Wayne Lees released as family try to solve mystery surrounding his death
The family of a man who died of head injuries have released a photograph of him in a bid to shed light on the circumstances surrounding his death.
Stephen Wayne Lees was admitted to the Queen’s Medical Centre on Tuesday December 11 with head injuries. He died the next day.
A Home Office post-mortem examination found that the 31-year-old died from a head injury.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the death. Two men, aged 38 and 50, and a 33-year-old woman were all bailed pending further enquiries.
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But police are still appealing to the public for information about how he came to be injured.
Stephen’s mother Deanna Mills said: “Stephen was a much loved son and brother and we are devastated that we are never going to be able to see him, to hug him, ever again.
“There is someone out there who knows what happened to him. Someone who has yet to tell police what they know. And while we are dealing with this crushing loss, not knowing how or why he was taken from us, they have the answers.
“If you have any information about how Stephen was hurt please call police. Don’t let us go through Christmas not knowing what happened to our boy.”
Detective Inspector Mat Healey, who is leading the inquiry, said: “We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who heard from or saw Stephen between Friday 7 December 2012 and 6pm on Tuesday 11 December 2012.
“If you think you can help us with our enquiries, please call us.”
Anyone with any information about the death is asked to contact the incident room at West Bridgford on 101 extension 844 6906, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.