Unsolved Murders

Adeyemi Olugbuyi

Age: 32

Sex: male

Date: 13 Sep 2013

Place: Billing Brook Road, Northampton

The remains of Adeyemi Olugbuyi were found by litter pickers on 28 January 2016.

Four people were arrested in connection with his murder in February and May 2016, there was not enough evidence to charge them.

His body was found in undergrowth off of Billing Brook Road in Northampton.

He was last seen in North Holme Court on 13 September 2013 which was metres away from where his remains were found. It was thought that he had been involved in an altercation at about 8am that day.

A witness said that they saw three men and a woman get out of a green Nissan Micra, after which hone of the men appeared to stab the driver. The witness said that by the time that she called the police that the people had gone.

The car was later recovered, and a blood stain found in it matched Adeyemi Olugbuyi's DNA.

He had not contacted any of his friends or family afterwards.

He was described as having a muscular build.

During their initial search for him, the police had searched some woodland near Heather Lane in Lumbertubs in May 2014.

He was known as 'Big Man' and 'Baz;

The police said that they thought that he had been stabbed due to his involvement in the drugs trade. They said that they thought that he had run from his attacker and then hidden in the bushes where he was later found.

His shirt and vest had a 'stab cut' in them.

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