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Three arrested after man killed after being hit by a car

The scene was cordoned off while forensic examinations took place. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police have arrested three men in connection with a murder investigation in which a man was mown down by a car in Milton Keynes.

It happened after just after 9pm on Thursday 28 June in Fen Street, Brooklands.

It is believed the car which collided with the man could have been driven at him deliberately. The driver did not stop at the scene.

Credit: ITV News Anglia

The victim, a man aged in his forties died in hospital on Friday.

Three men from Milton Keynes have been on suspicion of murder and are currently in police custody.

Police say they have also recovered a vehicle which is believed may be connected to the offence.


Investigation into 'hit and run' after man in 40s dies

Brooklands, Milton Keynes Credit: ITV News Anglia

A murder investigation has been launched in Milton Keynes after a pedestrian was killed in a hit and run.

A man in his 40s died after being hit by a car in Fen Street, Brooklands at just after 9pm last night. The man died in hospital this morning.

It's believed the car may have been driven at him deliberately.

"We have launched a murder investigation following this incident and are carrying out inquiries to try and establish the exact circumstances. We will be in the area while our investigation takes place, so members of the public may see an increased police presence. I would like to appeal to anyone who saw this incident take place, or who has any information, no matter how insignificant it may appear, to get in touch."

– Thames Valley police
Police have sealed off the area while investigations continue Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police say they believe it is an isolated incident.

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