Kent Police appeal: Driver may have seen A2 Boughton crash

A driver who may have seen a fatal road crash in which a cyclist was hit by a car is being sought by Kent Police.

The 29-year-old cyclist died at the scene of the collision on the coastbound A2 at Boughton.

Officers arrested a 50-year-old man on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after the incident on 3 August. He has been bailed pending inquiries.

Insp Martin Stevens said police had spoken to a number of people and wanted to trace the driver of a VW Golf.

He said the Golf was travelling on the same carriageway when the crash happened and added: "We hope that the driver of the Golf can come forward and assist our inquiries."

The crash happened near the Gate services, between the Brenley and Canterbury junctions, at about 19:40 BST.

At the time, police said the cyclist was hit by a Vauxhall Meriva.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the serious collision investigation unit.

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