Overnight road checks in crossbow murder probe

Twenty-five people have been spoken to in an overnight road check as detectives continue to investigate the murder of a retired lecturer shot with a crossbow bolt.

Gerald Corrigan, 74, was struck outside his home near South Stack Road in a remote part of Holyhead, Anglesey, at about 12.35am on April 19 as he adjusted his satellite dish.

The bolt passed through his upper body, narrowly missing his heart, and his right arm. He died in hospital from his injuries on May 11 with his family by his side.

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