Ryan Harrison death probe police revisit Surrey station

Jaime-Leigh Egerton and Ryan Harrison
Image caption Mr Harrison's girlfriend, Jaime-Leigh Egerton, said she had lost her soul mate

Police investigating the death of a Surrey man who was punched as he went to board a train have returned to the station to gather new evidence.

Ryan Harrison, 22, from Woking, fell between a moving train and the platform at Guildford station on 30 March.

Three men from Surrey are currently on bail on suspicion of murder and are due to report back to police in May.

British Transport Police revisited the death scene on Saturday in the hope of finding new witnesses.

They handed out leaflets to people travelling at about the same time as Mr Harrison had been a week earlier.

Det Ch Insp Iain Miller, who is heading the murder investigation, said: "We have spoken to a number of witnesses, and detectives have viewed hours of CCTV from onboard the train, at the station and from the surrounding area.

Girlfriend's tribute

"However, we are still appealing for anyone with information, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem to them, to come forward."

Police, who say Mr Harrison was punched before falling, would not comment on what the CCTV footage showed.

The three men arrested are all aged 19. Two are from Guildford and one from Cranleigh.

Mr Harrison was described by police as much loved and well respected.

His family said he had "the biggest, kindest heart."

Mr Harrison's girlfriend, Jaime-Leigh Egerton, 20, from Mayford, near Woking, said in a statement through police: "I haven't just lost my beloved boyfriend, I've lost my best friend and my soul mate.

"He made every day together a blessing."

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