Kent

Motorcycle rally remembers murdered Andrew Cresswell

Family and friends of a cafe owner murdered in Kent three years ago have organised a motorcycle rally to raise awareness of his case.

Andrew Cresswell, 51, from Pluckley, was murdered in November 2008 and his body found at his cafe in Pivington Mill industrial estate.

He had been hit over the head with a weapon, but so far no-one has been charged with his murder.

A motorcycle convoy rode through Kent on Saturday to highlight the case.

'A maverick'

Mr Cresswell lived on the premises where he ran the cafe and also had a workshop.

Three men arrested on suspicion of murder soon after the killing were later released.

Sue Harris, Mr Cresswell's sister, who had described him as a "bit of a maverick", said she was disappointed that nobody had been charged with his murder.

"It's really difficult because we can't have closure for the whole family," she said. "It's just really awful."

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