A suspect in the shooting of Hells Angel Gerry Tobin on the M40 has been released on bail.
The 44-year-old man was arrested on Thursday at his home address in Nuneaton on suspicion of conspiracy to committ murder. He was released on Friday on police bail and ordered to return to Nuneaton Police Station on December 5.
Three other men appeared at Nuneaton Magistrates’ Court on Friday charged with Tobin’s murder.
Karl Garside, 44, of Silverdale Close, Coventry, Ian Cameron, 45, of no fixed address, and Malcolm Bull, 52, whose address cannot be given for legal reasons, were remanded in custody to appear before Birmingham Magistrates’ Court on October 15.
Tobin, 35, was shot dead on August 12 while returning from the Bulldog Bash at Long Marston Airfield near Stratford. Tobin was a Canadian who lived in south London, where he worked for Warr’s Harley-Davidson.
Four men have already been charged over the killing and are currently remanded in custody.
Simon Turner, 40, Dane Garside, 41, and Sean Creighton, 43, are charged with murder and a firearms offence, and Dean Taylor, 45, with a firearms offence.
They are due to appear at Birmignham Crown Court on November 26.