Detectives are appealing to the public for information regarding a fatal incident in Hemel Hempstead earlier this month in which a man died trapped under his car.
Andrew Jellis, a 49-year-old from the area, tragically died after becoming trapped under his vehicle on Wednesday 1 February at around 8pm. Emergency services attended the scene on Thumpers but were unable to save Mr. Jellis.
Detectives have identified the model of the vehicle as a saloon type car which was present in the area when the incident occurred, but the driver’s identity is unknown. Any information from the public is encouraged to assist in this investigation.
His family are being supported by specially trained officers at this difficult time.
Detective Sergeant John Prendergast, who is leading the investigation, said: “First and foremost, our thoughts remain with Andrew’s family and friends at this time. They have previously released a tribute to Andrew, and we now kindly ask that their privacy is respected.
“Do you recall being in the Thumpers area of Hemel Hempstead at around 8pm on that Wednesday? I appreciate several weeks have passed now since the date that this incident took place, but if you think you were the person in the saloon type car, or if you have any information that you think may help us progress with our enquiries, please get in touch as a matter of urgency.
“Any information, even something that may seem relatively minor or insignificant, could be key to our investigation. We are continuing to work as hard as we can in order to ascertain the circumstances surrounding what happened, and we understand that there will be lots of questions in relation to what happened – we will provide a further update when we can.” please email DS Prendergast.or online web chat
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