Mystery Dronfield cyclist identified after appeal

Dronfield cyclist Police released images of Malcolm Cottam's face and bike in a bid to identify him

A cyclist killed in a road crash who remained unidentified for a week has been named by police.

Malcolm Cottam, 55, from Sheffield, died as a result of a collision with a Citroen C3 car, on 31 July, on the A61 in Dronfield, Derbyshire.

He was identified after police released images of his face, bike and clothing on Wednesday.

Police said people had contacted them with "positive information" following the appeal.

The force thanked members of the public who helped with the investigation.

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