Gathering to be held for ‘kind soul’ Steven
idea of anyone hurting our Steven, who was more than just a friend to us all.”
It comes after police were seen going door-to-door at Kirriemuir’s Cortachy Road in a bid to find CCTV footage that could bring his killer to justice. Egnanoss Road still remains closed for the investigation.
Meanwhile, detectives are re-appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Senior investigating officer, Detective Superintendent James Smith of the Major Investigation Team, said: “It’s now been a week since Steven’s brutal murder and his family and friends are devastated by their loss – our thoughts remain firmly with them during this distressing time.
“This was a young man who was a son, a brother, a cousin, and a very good friend to many people. It is heartbreaking for everyone who knew Steven to try to come to terms with his life being cut short in this violent way.
“Finding Steven’s killer(s) is a priority for us, and I have a team of detectives absolutely determined to find those responsible.
“I would like to repeat our appeals to the public for assistance as I still firmly believe the answers lie within the local community.
“Anyone with any information should contact Police Scotland on 101, or speak to a police officer.
“Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111, or via their anonymous online form.”
Police have a dedicated email address for information — email@example.com. police.uk.
Egnanoss Road has been closed while the police inquiry into Steven Donaldson’s murder continues.