On the evening of Wednesday April 28 2010, Barry George Rubery was killed by unknown offenders.
He had returned to his home (Crossing Cottage) on the Latteridge Road, Iron Acton following a dinner with friends at around 10:45pm. He was found the following morning by a friend.
Barry had suffered serious head injuries and his hands and legs were bounded together with cable ties.
The 68 year old dad of two was a well liked and well respected member of the community. His home occupied a large area of land, on which he would rent out storage units. It is not known why anyone would want to kill him.
Extensive investigations continue and a dedicated team remain on the case examining witness statements and information in a bid to bring to justice those people who carried out this crime.
Officers would appeal to anyone who has information to come forward and help.
During the course of the investigation it has been identified that a number of items were taken for the home of Barry Rubery.
A gold Masonic watch which was brought for £800 18 years ago was stolen. This may be worth a significant amount. This was taken along with a Makita drill.
Anyone who may know where these items are or anyone who may have been offered them for sale is asked to come forward. They may hold a vital piece of information that could provide a vital breakthrough to this enquiry.
The family of Barry Rubery have been left shocked and devastated by their father and grandfathers death. They now need closure so that they can see those responsible brought to justice.
We ask that you contact police no matter how small you think that piece of information may be, please let us decide.
Anyone with information about Barry's murder is asked to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101 or the Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111, quoting 'Operation Duxbury'. You do not have to give Crimestoppers your name. Alternatively, contact us online