August 17, 2020 4.47 pm This story is over 39 months old

New appeal to find killer of Grimsby man two years on from murder

Police are still looking for the killer

Police are launching a fresh appeal to try and find the person who killed a 48-year-old man from Grimsby, two years on from his death.

Peter Craven was found dead in the living room of his home on Oxford Street, Grimsby on August 14 2018.

He had been seriously assaulted and died as a result of a head injury.

Officers in Humberside Police’s major crime team have been working to find the person responsible for Peter’s death, but are yet to charge anyone.

Police have now sent out another appeal for anyone who may have information that could help solve the crime.

Senior investigating officer, detective chief inspector Christine Calvert, said: “This is still very much an active murder investigation and I want to take the opportunity today to appeal for anyone with information to come forward.

“Peter’s family are devastated by his death. They deserve to know what happened to him and to see the person responsible brought to justice.

“Every bit of information you can provide, no matter how small, will help us to build up the bigger picture.”

Anyone who may be able to help with the investigation is being encouraged to call 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.