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Appeal after hit-and-run crash death in High Wycombe

Ryan Adamson
Image caption Ryan Adamson, 25, was from Nantwich in Cheshire

Police investigating the death of a man in a hit-and-run in Buckinghamshire believe they now know the make and model of the the car involved.

Ryan Adamson, 25, of Nantwich, Cheshire, was hit by a car in Cockpit Road, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe, at 22:45 GMT on 15 March.

Police said following inquiries officers now believe the car was a 2003 or later Honda Accord.

Police appealed for anyone with information on the car to contact them.

The vehicle was light green or silver in colour, Thames Valley Police added.

Sgt Peter Jell, leading the investigation, said: "I ask anyone that owns or knows someone who owns a Honda Accord as described to contact us as a matter of urgency.

"We are continuing to put every effort into identifying and locating the driver and vehicle involved."

The car which hit Mr Adamson travelled from the direction of Little Kingshill and left in the direction of Cockpit Road, turning left in Cryers Hill Road.

Officers believe that it sustained front end nearside damage.

Three men, aged 22, 24 and 38, were arrested following Mr Adamson's death. They have been released on bail until 23 April.

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