Appeal for dash cam footage after cyclist death in Ravensden

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Bedfordshire Police are appealing for motorists to share any dash cam footage they may have of a cyclist riding on the Bedford Road in Ravensden at around 1.35pm on Saturday (30 March).

Officers were called to an incident involving a man in his 50s, who had become unwell while cycling on the road and later died.

Police say his death is not currently being treated as suspicious but want to see if there is any footage of him on the road to better understand what happened.

The man was travelling towards Bedford from Keysoe, wearing a red and white cycle helmet, high visibility yellow vest and black leggings. His bike is described as an orange, blue and black mountain style bike.

Sergeant AJ Boddington, from Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire Roads Policing Unit, said: “Although the death of the man is not currently being treated as suspicious, we’re still keen to better understand the circumstances surrounding the incident. Therefore, we are asking motorists who were in the area at the time to review their dash cam footage and get in touch.”

Anyone with dash cam footage is asked to contact the police by calling 101 and quoting reference number 220 of 30 March.

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