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Appeal following fatal collision at Kirkburn

Alert message sent 30/10/2019 15:16:00

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Did you speak to a man outside the Benjamin Fawcett pub? 


Officers are keen to talk to two men who we believe may have spoken with a motorcyclist who sadly died in a collision on the A614 at Kirkburn earlier this month. 

Matthew Stead was travelling along the A614 on a Suzuki 599cc motorbike at around 8.35pm on Friday 4 October, when he collided with the kerb and left the road, suffering fatal injuries. 

Officers are continuing to support Matthew’s family at this difficult time.

Officers investigating to establish the circumstances of the collision are appealing for two men, who we believe spoke to Matthew prior to the collision, to get in touch.

We have reviewed CCTV footage which shows Matthew stop and speak to two men who were having a cigarette outside the Benjamin Fawcett pub in Driffield at around 8:20pm that evening, Friday 4 October.

The men are described as white, in their 20s, and of average height and build, both were wearing dark sleeved tops. One of them had a large white rectangular patch on the back of their top whilst the other had a white emblem on the front of their top.

We are keen to speak to these men as we believe they may be able to offer some information that would help with our enquiries.

If this was you, please call our non-emergency 101 number quoting log 599 of 04/10/19.


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