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Police release 'face' of man suspected in Andrew Carville murder

Police have released a computer-generated image of a man suspected of involvement in the murder of Canberra man Andrew Carville. 

A facefit image of a man suspected of being  involved in the death of Canberra man Andrew Carville.
A facefit image of a man suspected of being involved in the death of Canberra man Andrew Carville. Photo: ACT Policing

Investigators compiled the facefit composite from witnesses who allegedly saw the man walking north along Sutton Road at Majura and east along Norton Road at Wamboin the night Mr Carville disappeared.

Police are now calling for more witnesses who may have seen the man near Mr Carville's home in Sproule Circuit, Evatt, on November 4, on Sutton Road, Majura, or in the Molonglo Gorge at Kowen Pine Forest on November 13 to 14.

Andrew Carville was last seen alive on November 4.
Andrew Carville was last seen alive on November 4.  Photo: Supplied

The man is described as being between 25 and 30 years of age, between 180 and 186cm tall  and of a solid build.

Witnesses say he had an olive complexion, short black hair, brown eyes and dark eyebrows.

Homicide detectives have not made any arrests in the three months since Mr Carville was last seen on November 4.

His body was recovered in grassland at Majura on November 19. 

Investigations have focused on Mr Carville's movements on November 4 and detectives have fingered Mr Carville's former house mate and the male owner of a ute found dumped at Molonglo Gorge as suspects in his killing.

Anyone who recognises the man pictured, or saw him in any of those locations, should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via act.crimestoppers.com.au