Police still hunting biker over fatal crash
A motorcyclist considered a key witness in a fatal crash was urged by police to come forward today.
Officers confirmed they have CCTV footage which indicates Antoine Seaman, 21, was riding alongside another biker shortly before the collision with a police car on Somerset Road, near Wilson Place, Sandys, at about 1.50am.
They described the unknown motorcyclist as a critical witness.
A police spokesman said: “We continue to urgently appeal for that rider, or anyone who knows the identity of that individual, to come forward by calling the investigating officer Sergeant Dorian Astwood on 247-1009 or 717-0849 at the earliest opportunity.”
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