Fresh appeal over gun murder a month ago
Police have appealed for information on the gun murder of a married father of two in a case of mistaken identity.
Jordan Outerbridge, who was 37, was shot and killed as he walked home from a game of cards with friends last month.
A police spokesman said: “Despite our continued best efforts, we have so far not received the public response we had hoped for in a case that involved the senseless killing of a man.
“As such, we are reissuing a call for anyone who may know anything about the murder of Jordan Outerbridge, to come forward and say something.”
Mr Outerbridge was shot several times in the chest just after 10.30pm on April 6.
The incident happened near the junction of Ord Road and Tribe Road No. 2 in Warwick.
Police said the gunman was wearing a blue-hooded jacket and a dark helmet and jumped on the back of a waiting motorcycle to flee the scene.
The rider of the motorcycle was dressed in dark clothing and also wore a dark helmet.
The police spokesman said witnesses could use the anonymous and confidential Crime Stoppers hotline if they were nervous about approaching the police.
He told potential witnesses: “They are not interested in who you are and will never ask for your details – all they want is information, however small, that might help find those behind this murder.”
The spokesman added: “By contacting Crime Stoppers, you can help – anonymously – to have the person behind Jordan's murder face the consequences of their violent actions.
“You may even prevent someone else from coming to harm.”
Crime Stoppers can be contacted on 800 8477 or on the online tips form at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=753#.