Officers investigating a collision in which the rider of a motorbike died are appealing for two potential key witnesses to come forward.
On Tuesday 3 October, at around 10.10am, a white HGV and a green Yamaha motorbike were involved in a collision on Fox Hill Road, close to the junction with Fox Hill Crescent.
A 28-year-old man riding the motorbike was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
Police are now looking to trace two witnesses who could hold important information that could assist with enquiries.
PC Richard Thorley, the investigating officer, said: “Following an initial appeal for witnesses, we’re now looking to trace a man in his 30s, who was walking near to the Go Local shop on Foxhill Road.
“He was with two young children, a boy and a girl, and we think the rider of the bike waved at the man before setting off.
“We are also hoping to speak to the drive of a blue Volvo 4x4 style car, possibly an XC60 or XC90. The car was driving along Foxhill Crescent before turning left onto Foxhill Road, shortly after the collision.
“If you are either of the people mentioned above, please get in touch with us. If anyone has any information about what happened and has not yet come forward, please contact us on 101, quoting incident number 263 of 3 October 2017.”