Darren Round murder inquiry: CCTV released in hunt for killer Murder detectives hunting the killer of a man whose body was found in a canal have released CCTV footage of a man who may have "critical" information. Darren Round, 48, who was discovered near Masshouse Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham, on 15 February 2020, had suffered severe facial injuries. West Midlands Police said his injuries had been "consistent with assault" before he had gone into the water. CCTV footage shows him walking along the canal close to Wharf Road Bridge towards Shannon Tunnel at about 12:40 GMT. And Det Supt Scott Griffiths said it was believed he had entered the water at 01:50, when his mobile phone stopped sending data. Talking to BBC Crimewatch, Det Supt Griffiths said detectives had pieced together his movements and knew Mr Round had withdrawn money from a cash machine at the post office in Kings Norton Green. Mr Round bought alcohol from an off-licence before making the nearly five-mile walk into the city centre along canal towpaths. The man in the CCTV footage is about 5ft 6in (1.6m) tall and is seen with "distinctive" trainers with small reflective panels, what officers believe is a light-coloured tracksuit and carried a "man bag". Crimestoppers has offered a reward of £10,000 for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for Mr Round's death.