DETECTIVES have released further images of four men they want to speak in relation to Steven McMyler’s murder in Wigan.

Detectives investigating the murder have issued images of the four men they want to speak to in relation to the incident.

Steven, aged 34, was fatally kicked in the head while being attacked in the gardens of Wigan Parish Church shortly before 7.50pm on Thursday 6 August 2020.

Despite the best efforts of emergency services, he sadly passed away at the scene and a murder investigation was launched.

Officers are keen to speak to four men that they believe may hold significant information about the incident.

The men are believed to have travelled to Wigan from Merseyside and are seen pictured walking past a Chinese takeaway on Wallgate moments before Steven was attacked.

They were earlier pictured that evening (above) at Southport train station and anyone with any information about the identity of the men is encouraged to contact police.

Police have issued another borough-wide CCTV appeal for anyone who recognises the men.

Footage and images relating to the incident are available for the public to view on the Major Incident Team’s online portal via

Detective Inspector Wes Knights, of GMP’s Major Incident Team, said: “This is a fast-moving investigation and we are quickly piecing together the circumstances of the incident.

“The public’s response on this so far has been terrific and I continue to encourage them to come forward and provide us with vital information that can ultimately help give Steven’s family and loved ones the answers they so desperately need at this tragic time.

“A dedicated portal has been set up for the public to share their information with the investigation team and to also view other assets on there that could lead to further useful evidence coming to light."

“If you recognise the men we are particularly focused on speaking to, or you know any other details can could prove significant in our investigation, I urge you to do the right thing and get in touch.”

Anyone with any mobile or local CCTV footage of the incident or of other suspicious activity in the area that night can upload media to

Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 4815 quoting incident 2974 of 06/08/2020. Details can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.