Derbyshire Police reopen Paul Davis hit-and-run case
Police in Derbyshire have reopened the case of a man who was killed by a hit-and-run driver, four years after his death.
Paul Davis, 37, from Corporation Road in Ilkeston, was found in the street where he lived on 10 August 2008.
Officers have reviewed the case and believe advances in technology may be able to find the person responsible for Mr Davis' death.
Anyone who remembers anything about the case is asked to contact police.'Justice for Paul'
Ch Insp Steve Wilson said: "We hope that new forensic capabilities and other technological advances will help us to find out what happened that night."
Police said they can now analyse specks of unidentifiable material linked to the car or a person involved in the case.
The force have also released CCTV images of a car they want to trace which was seen in Hallam Fields Road at about 02:15 BST on the night of Mr Davis's death.
The mother of Mr Davis, Pauline, has issued a statement on the anniversary of his death.
She said: "Paul was a much-loved son, brother and father and we are begging anyone with information to come forward, no matter how small that piece of information may be.
"Our lives have been turned upside down by Paul's death. He was such a great, caring person and our lives will never be the same because of his loss.
"All we want is justice for Paul so that he can rest in peace."
An inquest held in 2009 ruled Mr Davis had been unlawfully killed.