The family of a cyclist killed in a suspected hit-and-run in Birmingham have paid tribute to 'the most kind and loving person'.
David Perkins, 65, suffered serious head injuries after he was knocked over in Edgbaston shortly before 11am on 21 August.
Police were called to the junction of Osler Street and Reservoir Road to reports of a collision between a car and a bicycle.
Mr Perkins was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a critical condition where he later died.
The driver of the blue Seat Ibiza failed to stop at the scene, but the car was later recovered on Villa Street, Lozells.
Mr Perkins' family paid a tribute to him, saying:
Two ambulances and the Midlands Air Ambulance were called and Mr Perkins was treated at the scene.
Part of Reservoir Road was closed off while investigations took place but has since been reopened.
A 23-year-old man later handed himself in to West Midlands Police and was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
He has since been released.