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Family of 'road rage' victim Don Lock pay tearful tribute to him

The family of 'road rage' murder victim Don Lock said he was "the best" as they thanked those who did everything they could to save him.

Mr Lock, 79, was a great-grandfather who had recently been given the all clear from prostate cancer.

Detectives have found a knife believed to have been used in the killing and have until Sunday night to question a 34-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder.

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Son pays tribute to 'dearest dad' killed in 'road rage attack'

The son of murdered cyclist Don Lock has paid tribute to his "dearest dad" saying: "Now you are flying high with the seagulls".

The handwritten tribute left by Don Lock's son Andrew. Credit: PA

In a handwritten note, Andrew Lock said his 79-year-old father would be "forever in our hearts". "We will always look up to you. Miss you big time", he added.

A cyclist stops to pay his respects at the spot where Mr Lock died. Credit: PA

A 34-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after Mr Lock was stabbed to death in an alleged road rage attack. He remains in police custody.

Many local residents have laid flowers at the side of the A24 where Mr Lock was stabbed. Credit: PA

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