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PSNI renew appeal after road death of Eamon McCaffery

The PSNI has renewed an appeal for witnesses after Co Derry man Eamon McCafferty was killed on the Foreglen Road near Claudy

POLICE have renewed an appeal for witnesses after the death of a pedestrian in Co Derry over a week ago.

Eamon McCafferty died after being struck by a car on the Foreglen Road near Claudy on August 18.

Inspector Martin Mullan said: “Mr McCafferty was a pedestrian and we believe he was struck by a car at around 2am last Saturday morning.

“We are appealing to anyone who was travelling on the Foreglen Road around that time to get in touch with us, as they could have information vital to our investigation.

“We are especially keen to hear from anyone who may have captured dashcam or helmet camera footage of Mr McCafferty walking along the road or of the vehicle involved in the collision.”

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