Fresh appeal on year-old cricket club murder
Police appealed for information on the gun murder of a man a week before the anniversary of his death.
A police spokesman said the murder of Ronniko Burchall on December 28 last year was still under investigation, but help from the public was needed.
Mr Burchall, who was 30, was shot on December 28 last year as he got on his motorcycle in the car park of St David’s Cricket Club and died two days later.
The police spokesman added that officers were aware that there were about 50 people at the cricket club at the time and a “significant number” of people witnessed the shooting.
He said that detectives investigating the case have “continued to maintain regular contact with the family of Mr Burchall”.
The police spokesman added: “The police hold regular briefings on this matter and have kept the family of Ronniko Burchall updated as recently as September 2019.”
Four men were arrested just after the murder, but no one has been charged in connection with the killing.
• Anyone with information that could help the inquiry should contact Detective Sergeant Jason Smith on 717-0864 or by e-mail at email@example.com
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