A body found woodland in the search for a missing man has been formally identified as Stewart McGinn.
Gwent Police said the body of a man was discovered near Monmouth at around 10:20am on 13 April.
Mr McGinn had gone missing near his home in Monmouth last week and officers issued an appeal for information.
Following the discovery of a body, Mr McGinn's family had been informed.
Police since confirmed the body had been identified as 30-year-old Mr McGinn and they were not treating the death as suspicious.
Mr McGinn was jailed in July last year after killing 79-year-old pedestrian Elizabeth Stone.
McGinn pleaded guilty to causing bodily harm by wanton or furious driving after he rode his bike on the pavement and around a corner at speed, running into Mrs Stone head on.
The force of the impact knocked the 79-year-old to the ground and caused a serious head injury.
He was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment in July last year, of which it said he would serve half before he is released on licence.