THE HEARTBROKEN wife of a man who is believed to have been murdered in Oxford has paid tribute.

Margaret Joyce put out the tribute today following the death of her husband Anthony Joyce at the weekend.

Mr Joyce, 33, was found 'unresponsive' at Redbridge Hollow traveller site off Abingdon Road in Oxford, where the couple lived, on Saturday.

A 30-year-old man from Oxford has already been arrested on suspicion of murder, and today police revealed they had arrested a second man in connection with the case.

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In her tribute, Margaret Joyce said: "He was my husband, Anthony Joyce 33 years of age.

"All the memories we have had together – I have a pain in my heart that will not go away.

"I want you to watch over me and Mary Kate.

"But I cannot accept that you have gone.

"I keep expecting you to open the door and say, ‘What is wrong my Margaret?’.

"I do not have words to express the pain I have in my heart, I will never forget you.

"Anthony was loud and merry, but he was harmless; he never held grudges.

"He had a good heart and is going to be missed by family and friends in England and Ireland."