THE grieving daughters of a man who was battered to death have begged for information to help catch his killer.
Devastated sisters Celia, 23, and Emma Harris, 22, made the emotional plea at a press conference on Thursday.
The father, 61-year-old Peter Harris, was found with fatal head injuries by a member of the public in the car park behind the Iceland supermarket in High Street early on Friday, August 5.
Celia, from Milton Keynes, said everyone connected with their family has been in a state of shock.
She said: 'Our last contact was a few weeks ago and he seemed happy. We have come here to say 'if you have any information to contact the police'.
'I have a five-month-old daughter. My father was looking forward to meeting her. It is really sad we do not have the opportunity to bring my daughter to see him.'
In a direct plea to the people of South Cheshire she said: 'Do you have a family member or colleague who is acting differently? Did they return later than usual that Thursday night?'
Miss Harris also asked for anyone who saw or had contact with her father on the night he died to come forward.
Since the attack, police have been working to retrace Mr Harris's movements over the last few weeks leading up to his death.
Mr Harris lived at Town Fields in Sandbach after moving to the town six months ago from Milton Keynes.
Police said they have still not found the murder weapon. nAnyone with information is urged to call 0845 458 0000 or the confidential Crimestoppers hotline on 0800