As investigations into the murder of Barry George Rubery continue three weeks on from his death, the independent charity Crimestoppers have offered a £10,000 reward to anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons linked to Mr Rubery’s murder.
On Wednesday April 28 Barry George Rubery returned to his home on the Latteridge Road in Iron Acton, following a night out with friends. The following day he was found with fatal head injuries.
Detectives investigating this crime remain at the scene and have so far spoken to in excess of 400 people and have taken over 100 statements as part of the enquiry.
Over 500 exhibits have been seized, many of which are now at various forensic labs and are being tested for DNA and fingerprint evidence.
Detective Chief Inspector Garry Reeves said: “This investigation remains ongoing and information provided by members of the public continues to be looked at.
“Despite hundreds of people being spoken to we are still seeking that piece of information that may provide us with a breakthrough.
“Someone out there knows something and I would urge you to come forward and tell us. If you have any suspicions about anyone or know anything about the night in question, no matter how small that piece of information is please come forward and contact us.
“You can provide that information anonymously via the Crimestoppers number of 0800 555 111.”
Only information given to Crimestoppers will be eligible for the reward.
Information can be given anonymously on the Crimestoppers number of 0800 555 111, or the secure on line form on the Crimestoppers website.
Source: Avon and Somerset Police