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Cyclist injured in crash has died

Police can confirm that a 46-year-old cyclist who was hit by a vehicle near the Folly Roundabout at Redon Way in Andover has died.

The collision happened at around 12.45am on Sunday.

The cyclist, who is from Andover, was found lying in the road by a passing motorist who called the ambulance.

He was taken to Southampton General Hospital but died later due to the extent of his injuries.

A 28-year-old man who was arrested in connection with this incident was last night bailed pending further enquiries until June 28.

Man arrested in connection with cyclist collision

The cyclist injured near the Folly Roundabout at Redon Way Credit: UKNIP

A 28-year-old man from Andover has been arrested in connection with a crash in which a cyclist was left in a life threatening condition.

He has been arrested on suspicion causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

The 46-year-old cyclist remains in a life-threatening condition after being hit by a vehicle near the Folly Roundabout at Redon Way in Andover yesterday afternoon.


CCTV image released in connection with assault

Hampshire Police want to speak to this man in connection with an assault in Andover Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

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Police want to speak to him in connection with an assault on a 19-year-old man near to the Chick’o’land takeaway in Winchester Road in Andover, on Sunday, October 25.

The victim was seriously assaulted by a man sometime between 3.44am and 4.24am. He was knocked unconscious and suffered facial injuries which needed hospital treatment.

He is described as a white male, with short, dark hair and wore dark clothing with white trainers. At one point he was seen carrying a pizza box.

Campaigner's battle to help suicidal young people

An Andover man is hoping to support other young people after losing a friend to suicide.

Ashley Wright has enlisted the help of ITV Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, to make his point.

In his film he has interviewed Cllr Iris Anderson, Mayor of Test Valley, and Simon Bryant, from Hampshire County Council's Public Health department.


Police seek men after wallet theft

Credit: Hampshire Police

Police want to speak with two men in connection with the theft of a bank card and cash from an elderly man’s wallet that occurred on Cricketers Way, Andover on Thursday, August 27.

At least £300 cash was taken from the elderly man’s wallet. It's believed the men spoke with the man around the time of the theft.

A further £1,130 was withdrawn from his card, which also went missing, at various ATMs.

Man in life threatening condition after crash

A man is in hospital in a life threatening condition following a crash in Andover.

At about 5.55am this morning a black Nissan Almera Tino was involved in a collision with a Black Peugeot moped in Weyhill Road.

The driver of the moped, a man in his 60s, has been taken to North Hampshire Hospital in Basingstoke with life-threatening injuries.

The road is closed between the 100 Acre Roundabout and north to East Portway Road, whilst officers investigate.

Community project left with large bill after break-in

The man has a large tattoo on his arm Credit: Hampshire Police

Police in Hampshire are searching for this man in connection with a break-in at a community project in Andover.

It happened at Breakers in Bridge Street just after 2.30am on July 18, 2015.

The property is a leisure and support facility for the local community and the significant damage caused has left the project with large bills.

The man is described as mid to late 20s, and he has a large black tribal style tattoo on his right arm.

Woman chased by man while out jogging

A woman jogger burst into a police station in tears after she was chased by a terrifying stranger while on her morning run in Andover.

Anna Seymour was out for a jog this morning when she passed a man who was singing to himself.

The middle-aged man then began jogging behind her and sped up when she turned around to look at him.

Posting on social media, Ms Seymour said: "I could hear footsteps jogging my speed behind me. I ran between two cars to cross the road as I knew he was close to me and as I did I turned to see if he was actually running after me, with which he looked me in the eye and ran faster to catch up with me."

Terrified, she sprinted to an area where she knew there would be people to help, however, he then disappeared.

She said: "I went straight to the police station in tears and they logged my complaint and went looking for him.

"They said there was not much they could do as he didn't actually do anything to me, but my thoughts were, what if I hadn't have ran so fast and he did catch up with me, what would he have done then? This is prime example of why I do not run with headphones and always have my whits about me as there is nothing more scary than hearing a strangers' footsteps behind you and them looking you in the eye as they're running after you."

The incident happened at around 7am near Old Winton Road in Andover.

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