'Did you see Matthew?' ask murder probe police

By Desmond Pugh   |   Senior reporter and photographer   |
Friday 17th December 2021 4:48 pm
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A car similar to the one Matthew Oubridge was driving ()

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Detectives leading a murder probe following the death of a man in Trellech are renewing their appeal for information.

Matthew Oubridge, 56 from Chepstow, was found dead on Church Street at about 8.40pm on Saturday, December 4.

A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and released on police bail pending further enquiries.

Officers are keen to piece together Matthew’s movements that afternoon (from approximately 12pm) to evening and speak with anyone who may have seen or spoken to him.

They believe Matthew left his home address in Chepstow at about 8pm, and travelled in his silver Peugeot 207 (similar to that pictured) up the B4293 to Trellech, arriving at about 8.30pm.

If you followed that route on that day and had sight or dashcam footage of Matthew please get in touch with the police.

If you were in the vicinity of Church Street, Trellech at about 8.30pm and have any information that could be relevant to the investigation, please also contact them.

Witnesses have also reported a pedestrian walking on the B4293 near Itton at approximately 7.45pm. Again, if you have any information or dashcam relating to this, please get in touch.

You can call police on 101 quoting 2100424065, or direct message on Facebook or Twitter. You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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