Carville murder / Did you see a man walking down Sutton Road?

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ACT Policing’s Homicide Team are continuing to establish the movements of a suspect on the night Evatt man Mr Andrew Carville went missing.

Mr Carville was last seen at his residence in Evatt at 9.30pm on 4 November 2015 and his body was located in Majura on 19 November 2015.

Detective Senior Constable Jarryd Dunbar of the Homicide Team said, “several witnesses have come forward reporting a man walking along Sutton Road, Majura and Norton Road, Wamboin on the night of, and morning after, Andrew’s disappearance.”

The man is described as being between 180 and 186cm tall (5’11’’ to 6’1”), of a solid build, with an olive complexion, short black hair, dark eyebrows, dark coloured eyes and wearing a black polo t-shirt, black coloured pants and dark coloured shoes.

“We are asking anyone who may have seen a man fitting this description walking north along Sutton Road, Majura and east along Norton Road, Wamboin between the hours of 10.30pm on 4 November 2015 and 7.25am on 5 November 2015 to make contact with us.”

ACT Policing are asking members of the public to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via act.crimestoppers.com.au. Please quote reference number 5878272.

Police remind people they should not report crime information via Facebook and Twitter pages.

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