Geoff Seggie murder inquiry: Car 'may be in Cardiff'

Murder victim Geoff Seggie Image copyright Derbyshire Police
Image caption Derbyshire Police launched a murder inquiry after Geoff Seggie was found dead at home in Mackworth

Police investigating the murder of a father-of-two believe his car may have been driven to Wales.

Geoff Seggie, 59, was found dead at his home in Mackworth, Derbyshire, on Thursday night.

His car, a black Honda Civic, registration FH04 YCP, was missing from his address.

Detectives believe it may have been driven to Cardiff, potentially arriving in the Welsh capital on Thursday afternoon.

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Derbyshire Police have released a photograph of the exact model of the car and are appealing for the public's help in finding it.

Det Insp Emlyn Richards, who is leading the murder investigation, said finding Mr Seggie's car is a "crucial part" of the inquiry.

"Mr Seggie was a father-of-two who was found dead in his home, and we have a dedicated team of detectives working tirelessly to find those responsible," he said.

Image copyright Derbyshire Police
Image caption Police believe Mr Seggie's car - a black Honda Civic Sport - may have been driven to Cardiff

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