Swindon murder probe after attack victim Grzegorz Beyer dies

Grzegorz Beyer Image copyright Wiltshire POlice
Image caption Grzegorz Beyer was originally from Poland and was a father to three daughters

A murder investigation has been launched after a man died two days after he was attacked in Swindon town centre.

Grzegorz Beyer, 40, was assaulted by "a number of people" near the water fountain in the early hours of Monday.

He died on Wednesday evening at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, Wiltshire Police said.

His family described him as a "loving husband, father and son" and said they were "completely devastated".

Family members were "struggling to come to terms with the void Grzesiek's passing has left in our lives," they said.

Image caption Mr Beyer was attacked near the water fountain by Topshop and Vodafone

Officers are analysing CCTV and have appealed for anyone with information to come forward.

Det Chief Insp Jeremy Carter said: "This was a Bank Holiday Monday, therefore, the area would have been busier than usual.

"I would like to appeal to anyone who was in the area of Bridge Street, Canal Walk, The Parade or Regent Street to please call police."

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