A 43-year-old man from Oxford has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop after a road traffic collision, after a man from Aylesbury was killed.

At around 6.55pm on Sunday, June 13, a motorcyclist lost control on the A34 northbound, where the A34 crosses under the M4 at Chieveley.

The rider, a man in his 50s, was riding a black Suzuki and was wearing a black jacket, blue trousers, and a white helmet when he sadly died at the scene.

A34 crash: Aylesbury man dies in motorcycle accident

His next of kin have since been informed and they are being supported by specially trained officers.

The 43-year-old man who was arrested in connection with the incident on Thursday, June 17 has since been released under investigation.

Senior investigating officer, Sergeant Darren Brown of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit based at Three Mile Cross, said: “We would still appeal for any witnesses to this incident, or anything in the lead up to it, to please get in touch with police if you have any information that could help us.

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“We would like to appeal specifically to anyone that saw a 2012 plate, silver BMW 1 Series at the time, before or after the collision. This car was distinctive as the rear passenger side window was broken and covered with plastic and tape.

“And I would again also like to emphasise the importance of any dash cam users checking their footage, in the case that it captured anything significant.

“Please make any reports to Thames Valley Police, either online or by calling 101.”