Officers investigating the murder of Brian McKandie in Rothienorman have appealed to motorists who may have been in the area between Friday, 11 March, and Saturday, 12 March, 2016, and recorded Dashboard Camera footage.
It is believed that Mr McKandie died sometime between Friday, 11 March, and Saturday, 12 March, 2016.
His body was found at his home at Fairview Cottages, Badenscoth, Rothienorman on Saturday, 12 March. This is approximately 2 miles north of Rothienorman on the B9001.
Police Scotland are keen to speak to two men seen talking to Mr McKandie between 5pm and 6pm on Friday 11 March 2016 and are continuing to appeal for these men to come forward. One man is believed to be aged in his twenties and the other aged in his thirties or forties.
Detective Chief Inspector Iain Smith said
We are appealing to anyone who has been in the Rothienorman area Friday into Saturday who may have Dashboard camera footage to come forward as this may assist us with our enquiries.
While they may not necessarily think it is beneficial or relevant let us make that judgement, it may assist us.
A member of the public has already come forward with dash cam footage and we are grateful for the response from the public. We would appeal to others to do so.
Anyone with information can contact us on 101 or if you wish to remain anonymous Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.