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Plea five years on from stabbing
Jonathon Bailey
Police say Mr Bailey goes by the street name 'Famous'
Police are renewing their appeal for information on the fifth anniversary of a murder in the Black Country.

Simon Medley, aged 26 at the time of his death in May 2002, was found stabbed in Prince Street, Walsall.

West Midlands Police said they are keen to trace a man called Jonathon Everton Bailey, who also goes by the street name "Famous".

Officers also want to speak to a second man known as "Blacks". He is described as black, aged 31 and 5ft 4" tall.

Det Ch Insp Una Cooke, leading the investigation, said: "After five years we are as committed as ever to bringing offenders to justice and bringing some sort of closure to Simon's family.

"We urge anyone with information which may help us locate Jonathan Everton Bailey to come forward."

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