Posted: Sat 11th Apr 2020

Police appeal for witnesses after cyclist killed following a collision near Menai Bridge

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Apr 11th, 2020

North Wales Police have launched an appeal for witnesses after a cyclist was killed in a collision with a car in Anglesey.

In a statement issued this afternoon, Saturday April 11, a force spokesperson said:

“We are appealing for any witnesses or those with dashcam that were in the area of Pentraeth Road, Menai Bridge between 8:45pm and 9.10pm last night (Friday 10 April).

Sadly, despite the efforts of all concerned, the cyclist, a 36 year old local man died at the scene.

Police Family Liaison Officers are offering his relatives assistance at this tragic time.

Anyone who can assist us with our investigation is asked to contact us on 101 or via our live webchat , quoting ref Y049943.”

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