‘Heartbroken’ family pay tribute to Jason, 55
THE family of Wiveliscombe man Jason Lock, who died last month, have released a picture of the “loving fiancé and doting grandad”.
Mr Lock, aged 55, had lived in Stockers Close with his fiancée Mandy Lockyer, who said on Tuesday: “We are all heartbroken by this loss, in such tragic circumstances as well.
“Jason was kind, hard-working, and would do anything for anybody.
“He was my best friend and lover and I am lost without him.”
Mr Lock died in hospital in Bristol on May 19, two days after being injured during an incident in Stockers Close which is being investigated as a murder.
Miss Lockyer said he was a ‘loving fiancé and brother and a doting grandad’, who had worked in Wiveliscombe for more than 25 years for bandsaw blade manufacturer EPS Services and Tooling Ltd.
She said: “Everyone has been so fantastic offering their condolences and support during this difficult time.”
Mr Lock’s next of kin continue to be supported by police family liaison officers.
Daniel Bond, aged 34, and Lee Conlon, aged 37, both of Claremont Crescent, Weston-super-Mare, were both charged with Mr Lock’s murder and were remanded in custody.
Their trial has been scheduled for October.
A woman also arrested in connection with the incident has been released under investigation.
Police have continued to appeal to hear from anybody who saw what happened or who had any CCTV, doorbell, or dashcam footage which might help with their inquiries.
Anybody who might be able to help should call 101 and give the reference 5222117042.
A police spokesman said: “We would remind people that this is an active criminal investigation and ask them to avoid speculation on social media.”
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