A man has come forward to speak to police after a pedestrian died in a hit and run crash in the Black Country.
The victim, who has been named in floral tributes as ‘Darren’ died at the scene on Friday night.
He was declared dead at the scene after being hit by a car in The Parade, Dudley.
A man voluntarily attended Dudley Police Station over the weekend to speak to police as part of the investigation.
He was not arrested and was released without charge. The investigation is ongoing and police are appealing for witnesses.
West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman Suzie Fothergill said: “On arrival at the scene crews found a man lying in the road with serious injuries.
“Advanced life support was carried out but unfortunately despite best efforts of ambulance personnel nothing could be done to save the man, who was confirmed deceased at the scene.”
One card left at the scene of the crash says: “Rest in peace little brother, be with the angels. God bless, sleep tight, love you always.”
Pc Jason Stacey, who is investigating the incident, said: “We believe a white flat-bed recovery style small lorry was in the area, carrying a dark coloured car on the back.
“We would appeal for the driver of that vehicle to contact us as they may have vital information as to how the collision occurred.”
Witnesses should contact the collision investigation unit on 101.