Kyron Lesner ’21’ had been pursued down the street by four men before he was attacked at Waterman court in Cippenham. After Kyron had a collision with a car on his bicycle, a murder investigation has been launched as he was killed by motorists.
After the motorist have done what they intend, they fled the scene with the same car they had come with. The car is described to be black Volkswagen Golf after the incident at 8:50 pm on the 2nd of October.
The police and paramedics rushed to Kyron the cyclist so that they can save his life but all was flushed down the drain and he couldn’t make it. He was pronounced dead.
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A murder investigation started to probe Kyron’s death
Immediately after his death, the police begin a murder investigation of the tragic incident.
Detective chief inspector Andy Howard ‘senior investigating officer’ of the Thames valley police crime unit purports that the incident is tragic and so surprising. Details at this early stage are limited to include the descriptions of the offenders.
The police want the public to work hand in hand with them on the case. He tolls forward that it is important the police department hears from everyone about the part of the incident they witnessed. The police asked the people to get in touch if they had witnessed the event or had seen a black Volkswagen Golf before that incident.
The police knew that the vehicle would as well have been damaged as a result of the collision. The police are particular about anyone who can share information from CCTV footage or doorbell footage.
The police said their men are at the scene and will remain there as they unravel the unknown mystery. He said he will appreciate the community being concerned with such a serious incident, nevertheless, a thorough investigation is ongoing. This time the police did not think there is a bigger risk lying ahead of the public.
The police said that Kyron’s murder is the third among the deaths that have occurred in the area over the weekend. The police say two bodies were found at a nearby park.
The police discovered the body of a man in his 65 in Baylis park, Slough on October 1st which is Saturday. His death news is been treated as unexplained but not suspicious because it can be said he died a natural death.