POLICE investigating the death of a two-year-old Southampton boy have made a fresh appeal for help.

Greyson Birch, of Sholing, was found unresponsive in the water at Swanwick Lakes Nature Reserve on the evening of May 30.

As reported in the Daily Echo he was rushed to Southampton General Hospital, where he died on June 3.

A police spokesman said: "Our enquiries have identified that earlier in the day on Sunday 30 May, Greyson also visited Lakeside Country Park in Eastleigh between 6.45pm and 7.15pm.

"We are issuing a photo of Greyson taken that day so you can see the clothing he was wearing – a blue striped top, dark shorts, and white trainers.

"He may have had a small push along bike with him at Lakeside."

Detective Inspector Matt Gillooly, who is leading the investigation, added: "Our investigation is tracing all of the steps leading up to Greyson’s tragic death, and we are looking at places he may have visited prior to Swanwick Lakes.

“We want to know if anyone at Lakeside Country Park saw him that afternoon and anyone he was with.

"Please contact us if you did, as any detail around Greyson’s movements that day, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you, could prove crucial in determining the full picture of this case.

“Were you there that afternoon? Do you recognise Greyson or his clothing from the photos we have released? Please contact us if you do.”

An 18-year-old Southampton man who was arrested on suspicion of neglect remains on bail until August 30.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101, quoting 44210210811.