POLICE are offering a £10,000 reward in a bid to find a murder suspect.
They are offering the cash for information which leads to the arrest of Christopher Guest More.
More, the 28-year-old son of millionaires Christopher and Eileen More, of Lymm, flew out to Spain from Liverpool, days after the killing of 44-year-old Brain Waters of Mainwaring Road, Stapeley, Nantwich. Police believe he may return to the area.
Mr Waters was found dead at Burnt House Farm, Tabley, which was used to grow cannabis, following an alleged drugs row.
A post-mortem examination concluded he had died as a result of multiple blunt trauma impact injuries, consistent with a beating.
During a trial, which led to three people being convicted for murder, it was revealed that Mr Waters was tied up, hung upside down and then beaten with sticks and metal bars in a three-hour ordeal.
He was also whipped, burned with acid and attacked with an industrial staple gun before being killed.
The three men jailed are; Otis Matthews, 28, of Manchester, jailed for life in February after being convicted on a retrial; James Raven, 44, from Manchester, and John Wilson, 54, from Glossop, were found guilty of murder in August last year.
A police spokesman said: 'Mr More is described as white with an athletic build and between 5ft 10ins and 6ft tall.
'He could have altered his appearance but usually wears his hair short, sometimes cropped to a skinhead and is clean shaven.
'He has a distinctive scar on the bridge of his nose on to his forehead.'
Anyone with information can phone Cheshire Police on 01244 3590000 or Crime-stoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.