Michael McDonagh: Family renews appeal after Camber Sands death

THE FAMILY of a man who died at a holiday park have asked again for information.

Michael McDonagh died at Parkdean Resort in Camber Sands in August after an altercation involving a group of people.

The 53-year-old was on holiday at the Lydd Road location with his wife and three of his children.

Although police made seven arrests for his murder, all suspects were released on conditional bail.

Michael’s funeral was held at Sacred Heart and Mary Immaculate Church in Mill Hill, London on Wednesday.

His daughter Stephanie McDonagh told the BBC her father was loved by everyone and the incident should not have happened.

She explained: “He was there with his family and he should have had a good time and he should have come home but he didn’t.

“If people have any information, I hope they come forward so we can get justice.”

His family criticized the park’s reaction after his death, the BBC reported.

A spokesman for the resort told the BBC it was “doing everything it can” to assist the police in their investigation.

Stephanie said: “We had no contact with the holiday park. We were not satisfied with their behavior.

“They never expressed their condolences to my mother and younger children who were at the park with my father at the time.

“I just think her behavior was really heartless.”

Officials say they were trying to track down a man, described as short and thin, who is believed to have recorded the incident.

In a statement, the Camber Sands holiday park spokesman told the BBC: “We understand the grief of the McDonagh family at this very difficult time.

“Our park team is actively supporting the police and will do everything possible to assist in their investigation.

“As this is a live police investigation, we are unable to comment further.”

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