Two elderly pedestrians were killed when they were run over by a van,
The pair were fatally struck on the A25 Reigate Road in Dorking, Surrey, just before 7pm on Friday.
An unnamed man died at the scene, while a woman was pronounced dead after being taken to St George's Hospital, Tooting, south-west London.
Officers from Surrey Police's collision investigation unit appealed to any witnesses or to anyone who saw a silver van before the crash to call them on 101.
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Surrey Police say they are continuing house-to-house enquiries over a 'boy reported to have been 'abducted and bundled into a van'.
Surrey Police said in an update this morning:
- Officers have had no reports of a missing boy
- Police ruled out the van with the roof rack in a CCTV image on Friday, but are still looking for a similar vehicle
- Officers believe the witness is credible an are taking his report seriously. Surrey Police say they are compelled to act on the report
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- Officers are continuing to do house-to-house enquiries in the area, as the investigation continues
- So far nothing has come to light that indicates a child has come to harm, police say