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Police Appeal Following Death Of Cyclist In Droxford

By Times Reporter in News on August 11, 2020

Police investigating the death of a cyclist in Droxford last night are appealing for help to identify the man.

Police and the ambulance service were called around 11pm to reports of a cyclist lying in the road on the B2150, close to the junction of Station Road.

Sadly, the cyclist was pronounced dead at the scene and police have so far been unable to identify him.

He is described as being white, of slim build and is believed to be between 50 and 60 years old.

He had on a blue shirt, khaki shorts and brown sandals.

Police have issued a picture of his bicycle which they hope someone will recognise.

Officers investigating are working to identify the man and they are also keen to speak with anyone with information about the incident.

Inspector Andy Tester from Havant Roads Policing Unit said: “We continue to investigate the circumstances of the crash and are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed a collision, seen the cyclist before the incident or who may have dashcam footage from the area around 11pm last night.”

Anyone with information, or who may be able to assist identifying the man, can call 101, quoting Operation Heron or the reference 44200303926.


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