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Family speak of heartbreak after Polish father found dead

Zbignew Ziggy Pawelec, pictured on CCTV, was found unconscious in George Street West car park

Zbignew Ziggy Pawelec, pictured on CCTV, was found unconscious in George Street West car park

 

The family of a Polish man found in a Luton car park have told of their heartbreak after his death was confirmed.

Zbignew ‘Ziggi’ Pawelec, 50, was found unconscious in George Street West car park at 4pm on June 14 by a member of the public and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, where he died on Tuesday 17.

A post mortem revealed Mr Pawelec died from head injuries, after he suffered a bleed to the brain.

Speaking exclusively to Luton News from Poland, Mr Pawelec’s uncle Richard told of the heartbreak suffered by his family.

He said: “The whole family is very upset and shocked by this, though we still do not know exactly what happened.

“The last time I saw him was before he moved to the UK about 12 years ago for Christmas, after that I moved to the United States.”

> For the full story see the Luton News

 

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