Posted: Tue 20th Jun 2017

Police search bridleway as Connah’s Quay murder investigation continues

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jun 20th, 2017

Police investigating the murder of 19-year-old Matthew Cassidy in Connah’s Quay last month say they are continuing their investigation despite one man being charged in connection with the murder.

Specialist search team officers carried out a detailed search of a road and bridleway in Connah’s Quay this morning in a hunt for articles police believe are integral to the investigation.

Detective Inspector Gary Kelly at North Wales Police said;

This morning specialist search team officers are carrying out a detailed search of a road and bridleway in the Connah’s Quay area for articles we believe integral to our investigation.

Despite one man having been charged and remanded in connection with the murder we are continuing to investigate and gather as much evidence as possible to help us build a full sequence of events.

To that end I’d like to reiterate our appeal for information from the local community to come forward and help us and Matthew’s family understand what happened.

Police were called to an address at Bethel Place shortly before 8pm on Monday, May 29 following reports of a serious incident.

Despite the efforts of paramedics and police officers, Matthew was pronounced dead at the scene.

David John Woods, aged 19 and from Liverpool was arrested and charged with Matthews murder, he is set to go on trial in November.

Anyone with any information relating to the investigation is asked to contact police via 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting reference RC 17078270.

 

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