A MAN found unresponsive and with serious head injuries at an address in Tewkesbury Walk, Shaftesbury, Newport, a week ago, has died - and a 22-year-old man has been charged with his murder.

The man who died was 22-year-old Shafiul Islam, from the Shaftesbury area of the city, Gwent Police have revealed. His family is being supported by specialist officers.

Mr Islam was found at the property shortly before midday on Thursday November 14. He was taken to the Royal Gwent Hospital, where he died.

Conlan Dunnion, 22, of Maesglas Avenue, Maesglas, Newport, appeared at the city's magistrates court this morning charged with the murder of Mr islam.

He has been remanded in custody, and is due to appear before a judge at Cardiff Crown Court tomorrow.

South Wales Argus: Tewkesbury Walk, Newport, where Shafiul Islam was found with serious injuries on November 14. He has since died. Picture: www.christinsleyphotography.co.ukTewkesbury Walk, Newport, where Shafiul Islam was found with serious injuries on November 14. He has since died. Picture: www.christinsleyphotography.co.uk

On Saturday November 16, three people were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder - a 46-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman, both from the Neath area, and a 41-year-old man from the Pontardawe area. All three have since been released under investigation.

Conlan Dunnion was arrested the following day, Sunday November 17.

On Tuesday November 19, a 41-year-old man from the Cardiff area was arrested, followed yesterday by a 32-year-old man from the Newport area.

Both are now being held on suspicion of the murder of Shafiul Islam.

Meanwhile Gwent Police have issued fresh appeals for witnesses to come forward.

Officers would like to hear from anyone in the Shaftesbury area – particularly around Tewkesbury Walk, Evans Street, Shaftesbury Street, and Glastonbury Close – between 6.30pm on Thursday, November 14 and 12.30am on Friday, November 15 – who may have seen or heard anything suspicious.

The police would also like to hear from motorists that may have dash cam footage from the area around the time of the incident.

If you can help, contact Gwent Police  by calling 101, quoting 1900421597.

You can also send a direct message to the Gwent Police Facebook or Twitter accounts, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Any video footage can be submitted at this link: mipp.police.uk/operation/6119A27-PO1