Cyclist Found Dead In Co Armagh Named

A cyclist who was found dead at the side of a road in Co Armagh has been named.

The body of Mr David Helliwell was found in the Drumnamether Road area in Tandragee on Thursday, 31 May.

He was 55-years-old.

It is not known if he was involved in a road collision or collapsed.

Inspector Leslie Badger said: "This incident occurred shortly after 7.30pm.
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"I am appealing that anyone who was travelling on the Drumnamether Road around this time and who witnessed anything, or anyone who may have a dash cam fitted in their vehicle check their footage and contact local officers on 101 quoting reference number 1208 31/05/2018."


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