Police hold made a renewed appeal for information bearing on to the disappearance of a man after a crash bigger than a decade ago.
Kyle Vaughan would hold famend his 35th birthday on Thursday.
He disappeared on Sunday, 30 December 2012 at the age of 24. He did not return after leaving his dwelling for the evening.
A silver Peugeot 306, which he was once riding, was once concerned with a single-automobile collision on the the same day as he disappeared.
The collision took attach on the A467 between Crosskeys and Risca.
Gwent Police at the origin launched a missing person inquiry but it absolutely later became a murder investigation.
Eight other folks in total had been arrested on suspicion of offences in connection with Mr Vaughan’s disappearance.
They had been all later launched for gratis.
‘Desperate for answers’
Detective Chief Superintendent Nicky Mind said the force’s investigation “remains very grand engaging” and so they continue to be in “traditional contact in conjunction with his household”.
“Officers from our predominant incident team continue to evaluate any information that we get hold of from people of the public,” DCS Mind said.
“As allotment of this intensive investigation, we have thus some distance conducted searches in 40 areas, interviewed in grand more than 200 other folks, received bigger than 180 intelligence logs and introduced nearly 900 see statements.
“Sadly though, we silent don’t hold the answers we need and Kyle’s household, who’ve never given up hope of finding out what came about to him, so desperately need.”
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Crimestoppers Wales are offering an elevated reward for information which might maybe aid the investigation.
Hayley Fry, Crimestoppers Wales national manager, said Mr Vaughan’s household are “determined for answers”.
“We’re hoping our renewed appeal and elevated reward will remind the public about this case and the essential position they’ll play in seeking justice for Kyle’s household and visitors,” she added.
“We think that any person knows what came about to Kyle.”
Gwent Police hold opened an online portal on Thursday which is in a position to stay birth for 3 months.
Members of the public are entreated to post information bearing on to the investigation into Mr Vaughan’s disappearance either thru the online portal or by getting eager with Crimestoppers.