EFFORTS to track down a man involved in a head on collision with a lorry which killed a 30-year-old man and left another in a serious condition in hospital are on going.
The third male, believed to be involved in a burglary at the Eight Rights, Cousens Way, Chester at 3.08am on Wednesday, November 26, was thought to be in the silver Vauxhall Omega which smashed into a heavy goods vehicle on the A540 and Capenhurst Lane.
DCI Brian Roberts said: “Since the incident we have eliminated a number of suspects from our enquiries and are keen to speak to anyone who has any information on the whereabouts of this man.”
A 30-year-old man, James Brunning, was killed in the crash which followed reports of three men wearing balaclavas and carrying sledgehammers in the car park of the Eight Rights pub.
Police attended the scene and saw the Vauxhall Omega leaving the car park at speed. At about 3.23am on Wednesday morning police were called to a collision involving the Vauxhall and a HGV on the A540 and Capenhurst Lane close to the Yacht Inn.
Anyone with any information should ring Mike Beamish on 0845 458 0000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.