Penzance crash victim named as Antony Underwood

Antony Underwood Mr Underwood was described by his wife as a "very special person"

A motorcyclist killed in a crash in Cornwall has been named by police as Antony Underwood.

The 40-year-old from Portreath died in a collision with an Audi car in Penzance on Saturday 16 February.

Mr Underwood's wife Rebecca said he was a "very special person" who would be missed forever.

Devon and Cornwall Police have appealed for witnesses to the crash, which happened at the Lannoweth junction at Chyandour Cliff at about 15:30 GMT.

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