New appeal over Raymond Folwell train death in Stenson

Raymond Folwell
Image caption Mr Folwell was struck by the 1745 BST service from Cardiff to Nottingham

Details of the final moments of a man who was struck by a train in Derbyshire last month are being sought by British Transport Police.

Raymond Folwell, 63, from Littleover, died when he was hit by the train in Stenson on 3 May.

Investigators have renewed their appeal for information about Mr Folwell's movements in the hours leading up to the incident.

His family have released a photo of him in the hope it will jog memories.

Transport police said Mr Folwell's death was not being treated as suspicious but they are keen to learn more.

Pc James Paget said: "From our inquiries so far we know Raymond was last seen by witnesses in the Stenson area but after that we have no further sightings of him until the time he was struck."

Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police.

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