Toby Ridley Death, Obituary – The man whose body was found in an alleyway in Derbyshire has been identified thanks to the efforts of the local law enforcement, who conducted their investigation. Toby Ridley was found in the alleyway in Whitwell that is situated between Station Road and Butt Hill with serious injuries on the morning of Saturday, December 10, just before six o’clock. The passageway connects Butt Hill and Station Road. After being pronounced dead at the scene of the incident when he was found by ambulance services, the body of Mr. Ridley, who lived in the area and was 26 years old, has now been officially acknowledged by the law.
Earlier, the Derbyshire police department announced that a woman in her late twenties had been detained on suspicion of having committed murder. The agency said in a statement that was released on Wednesday, December 14, that the woman had been released on bond while the investigation into her case continues. A spokesman for the Derbyshire police force has made the following statement: “Formal identification of Toby has been completed, and his family has been made aware of the latest development. During this difficult time, they are being helped by law enforcement officers who have received specialized training, and our thoughts and prayers are with them as they go through this ordeal.”
Officers are initiating an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Toby’s death, and they are anxious to contact with anyone who may have seen Toby the night before (on Friday, December 9), or in the early hours of Saturday, since they are eager to learn more about what happened. The investigation is still going on. In addition to this, they are continuing to make their appeal for security footage from the area on Saturday, December 10, between the hours of midnight and 6:30 in the morning. “The woman, who is 28 years old and was arrested, has been freed on bond as police continue to investigate into the circumstances surrounding the death of the woman.
At this moment, it is believed that this is an isolated incident, and as a consequence, there is no threat to the broader public as a result of it.” Anyone who believes they may have information that could aid law enforcement officials in their investigations is encouraged to get in touch with the police in any of the following non-emergency ways, at any time, and cite the reference number 22*721853: