Police hope signs will jog memory in hunt for Newbridge man
11:10am Friday 8th February 2013 in Campaign news
SIGNS have been put up near the spot where missing Kyle Vaughan was last seen, in an attempt to jog the memories of motorists.
Gwent Police appealed again yesterday for people who were on or near the A467 on December 30 to contact them.
Two signs were put up on the roadside on Wednesday, in the fifth week after he disappeared.
Police are treating it as a murder investigation and eight arrests have been made so far.
The last believed sighting of Kyle was on the A467 between Risca and Crosskeys, sometime between 11pm and 11.45pm on December 30.
On the same night at about 11.45pm officers found Kyle’s car – a silver Peugeot 306 – which had been involved in a collision.
Mr Vaughan is said to have been wearing a darkcoloured beanie hat, a darkcoloured T-shirt, threequarter- length denim shorts, white trainers, and a gold chain.
Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Peter Jones said: “We are continuing to make extensive inquiries into the circumstances surrounding Kyle’s disappearance and appeal for information from the public. The signs have been placed on the A467 to urge any motorists, pedestrians or dog walkers who were on or near this road between 10.45pm and 11.45pm that night to call us and let us know what they saw.
“Any bits of information, no matter how insignificant they may seem, could help us to find out what happened to Kyle.”
The eight people arrested have been bailed pending further inquiries Anyone with information should call 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.