Detectives were last night investigating the private life of Mr Hoggarth, 32, for any clues to the identity of his killer.
They have ruled out a terrorist attack and are examining possible links with former lovers of Mr Hoggarth's girlfriend, with whom he lived.
The internet has come to the rescue of an eight-year-old boy who was allegedly conned out of his pocket money.
Young Oliver Bunford was heartbroken after allegedly being sold a faulty i Phone 4 by a man on Facebook.
‘When the man came he showed me the phone switching on and off it looked ok.He had saved up for the device so he could contact his father who lives 40 miles away.The smartphone was purchased through a Facebook group and then hand delivered by the seller to Oliver’s house in Louth, Lincolnshire.At first the boy was delighted, and his mother Sabrina Jane Skayman handed over the £40.But it soon became apparent something was wrong and the device wasn’t the i Phone 4S he had paid for. ‘Oliver would do absolutely anything for anyone,’ Ms Skayman, a 29-year-old student hairdresser, said.