Man bailed over Adrian Cooksey taxi rank killing
A man arrested on suspicion of the murder of a building firm director has been released on bail.
Adrian Cooksey, 50, from Trowbridge, died after an attack near a taxi rank in Melksham on 8 March 2009. He had been on a night out with friends.
Thomas Minshull, of Melksham, was cleared of manslaughter in 2009. Police reopened their inquiry after a review.
Wiltshire Police said a man, 50, who was arrested on Friday, will report back to them in two weeks.
Mr Cooksey, who ran building and plumbing firm A Cooksey & Sons, died at the Royal United Hospital in Bath when his life-support machine was switched off.
He suffered head injuries in the attack.
Mr Minshull, of Spa Road, was cleared of manslaughter by a jury at Bristol Crown Court in November 2009.