It has been just under one week since the tragic death of Paul Hart who was punched in a unprovoked attack the Parklife music festival.
It would seem Greater Police are no closer to catching the offender – so the organisers alongside Greater Manchester Police have announced a £20,000 reward to anyone who can help identify the attacker and secure a conviction.
A new statement has been posted on the festival’s Facebook page, said: “Tomorrow marks a week since the sad passing of Robert Hart and our thoughts continue to be with his family who have been going through unthinkable pain since then.
“From the start we believed that, out of the 70,000 people at the festival, there must have been one person who knows who was responsible for this cowardly act. After careful consultation with GMP, who have in turn been in extremely close communication with the family, we are now able to offer £20,000 for information which leads the authorities to identifying the attacker and convicting him for the crime.
“The response from the public in support of the family has been overwhelming so far. Please, if you have any information that can help, please call on 0161 856 9283
“We will not stop until the offender is caught.”