Derbyshire Police appeal over dead cyclist's identity

Police are appealing to the public to help identify a cyclist who was killed in a crash in Derbyshire.

He was struck by a Citroen C3 on the A61, near Dronfield, at about 15:20 BST on Thursday, police said.

The cyclist was taken to the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, but died later from his injuries.

He is described as in his 50s, about 5ft 6ins tall with short grey hair and a scar on his abdomen. He was wearing black shorts and red cycling shoes.

The man was riding a black and yellow Carrera bike.

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