Street appeal for new information on Serioza Lawskoski murder

Serioza Lawskoski
Image caption Police want people with fresh information about the murder to come forward

Detectives investigating the murder of a man in Derby are holding an event to try to find out more about how he died.

Serioza Lawskoski, 29, was found unconscious on Cummings Street in Normanton on 23 April after reports of a fight. He died later in hospital.

Five men, aged between 18 and 28, have been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.

A mobile police station is to be set up in the area on Saturday to appeal for fresh information.


Det Sgt Ranjit Dol said: "We believe that there are people within the community who could have valuable information about what happened that day that day and I would appeal to those people to come forward.

"The investigation team would like to reassure the community that every effort is being made to continue investigating this incident effectively and diligently."

The unit will be parked in Normanton Road from 10:00 GMT and multi-lingual staff will be on hand to speak to residents about the killing.

They will then move to Cummings Street and officers will carry out further house-to-house inquiries in the area.

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