Added on 10 November 2017 at 06:21There is 1 related update to this story
We’re issuing more CCTV footage of University of Bath student Alex Green showing his last movements as part of a new witness appeal.
Alex, 22, was found unconscious at a bus stop in Westmoreland Road, off Lower Bristol Road, in the early hours of Saturday 30 September. He died at Southmead Hospital three days later from internal head injuries.
DI Dom Graham, the lead officer, said: “The tragic death of Alex Green is still being treated as unexplained.
“We’re doing everything we can to provide his family with the answers they need about how he died, but we still need the public’s help.
“We’re hoping the release of more footage which shows Alex’s last known movements will help jog people’s memories and encourage witnesses to come forward.”
DI Dom Graham added: “We’re continuing to focus on three main scenarios. Did Alex die as a result of a fall? Was Alex assaulted prior to his death? Was Alex involved in a road traffic collision?
“We’re asking the public to read the appeal points below and get in touch if they can help.”
*Did you see Alex Green on the night of Friday 29 September into the early hours of the Saturday 30 September? Did you see him in the Second Bridge Nightclub? Do you have information which you haven’t yet given to the police?
*Did you drive into Westmoreland Road from Lower Bristol Road, or in the other direction, between 3.30 and 4am on Saturday 30 September? Were you walking in the area during this timeframe?
*Were you on the U1 First Bus which turned into Westmoreland Road at 3.46am on Saturday 30 September? We know upwards of 15 students got off the bus at the next stop in Lower Oldfield Park. Was that you?
*Did you hear or see anything suspicious in the Westmoreland Road or Lower Bristol Road area around the time of this incident?
*Do you have any information about how Alex may have suffered an injury to his head that night?
If you can help our inquiry, please call Investigations on 101 and give the call handler the reference number 5217225858
You don’t have to speak to the police. You can call the independent charity Crimestoppers with information on 0800 555 111 or online via www.crimestoppers-uk.org – they never trace your call or ask for your name.