Gary Wood death: Tinie Tempah gig attendee sought

Gary Wood and woman Gary Wood, from Blackburn, was pictured talking to a woman in the smoking area of the 02 Apollo in Manchester

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Police have issued CCTV of a woman at a Tinie Tempah concert who may be able to help an investigation into the death of a man on the M61.

Gary Wood, 30, was hit by a car while walking on the motorway carriageway between Rivington North Services and junction six at 23:20 GMT on 29 March.

He is seen talking to the woman in the smoking area of Manchester's 02 Apollo an hour before the collision.

Police are still trying to find out why he ended up on the motorway.

Mr Wood, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was last seen by friends at the music venue.

Tinie Tempah Police said Mr Wood was last seen by friends at a Tinie Tempah concert

Sgt Lee Westhead, from Greater Manchester Police, said: "I would ask the woman to make contact as she may have information that will help us establish Gary's movements after leaving the concert.

"I must stress that the woman is not in any trouble, we would just like to speak to her."

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