Police seek public assistance over cyclist death
Waitemata Police Serious Crash Unit is seeking information
from the public in relation to the death of a 63 year-old
man last night (Tuesday 18 Feb) .
The man was a cyclist
and was found by motorists at about 5.15pm , lying on
Weranui Road, Wainui (Rodney district), a short distance
away from Upper Orewa Road.
Members of the public
attempted CPR but the man died at the scene.
Investigations as to how the man has come off his bike are
underway, and though it's too soon to say whether a vehicle
has been involved Police would like to speak to anyone who
may have seen the cyclist riding in the area, or provide
The 63 year-old man was wearing a
blue and orange cycling shirt, black cycling shorts, and a
red & white helmet.
Anyone with information is asked to
call Constable Colin Nuttall on 09 481 0773.
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