The circle of relatives of a person found lifeless in a Monmouthshire village following a major assault have paid tribute to him as an “superb father, uncle, brother and son”.
Police were called to Trellech, on the subject of the city of Monmouth, at round 8.40pm on Saturday December 4 the place a FIFTY SIX-yr-old man had been discovered subconscious and unresponsive.
The sufferer, later known as Matthew Oubridge from Chepstow, was once pronounced dead on the scene by paramedics from the Welsh Ambulance Service.
Chepstow is around 10 miles from Trellech.
In a statement released on Friday, his family said: “Matthew was an amazing father, uncle, brother and son, who was tragically taken away too quickly.
“He used to be loved via his circle of relatives and friends, he had the kindest middle and would always be there for his loved ones.
“he’s going to be sorely neglected and our lives won’t ever be the similar once more.
“we will cherish the reminiscences now we have for the remainder of our lives.
“We, as a circle of relatives, request that you simply please admire our privateness at this unhappy time.”
A 40-year-old man from the Bristol space who was arrested on suspicion of homicide has due to the fact that been launched on bail.