Kornel Mihaly death: Surrey Police make witness appeal

Kornel Mihaly Image copyright Sussex Police
Image caption Kornel Mihaly had been drinking in Horsell the night before he was found

Police are trying to trace the last movements of a man found dead behind a parade of shops in Surrey a week ago.

The body of Kornel Mihaly, 33, was found by officers called to Guildford Road, Woking, at 11:00 BST on 26 July.

The Hungarian national, from Surbiton, had been drinking at The Cricketers pub in Horsell Birch the night before and was also spotted in CCTV footage.

A post-mortem examination was found to be inconclusive and further toxicology tests are due to be carried out.

Surrey Police said they were treating his death as unexplained.

Black and green rucksack

He was in the pub between 17:00 and 19:00 BST on 25 July, before being seen seen on CCTV at the Co-op store in Horsell High Street at 19:20 BST.

Detectives said they were keen to speak to anyone who may have seen or spoken to Mr Mihaly that evening.

He was wearing beige shorts with a brown belt, a black t-shirt, and grey trainers.

He was carrying a black and green rucksack and was also believed to have had a yellow-hooded top with him.

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