Hit and run driver urged to ‘do the right thing’

Edmundas Cizauskas (left), who lost his life in a fatal collision on the Killyman Road in Dungannon (right) on Tuesday January 30.

Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses following a fatal hit and run incident in Dungannon last week.

Edmundas Cizauskas (46) was struck on the Killyman Road in the town on Tuesday January 30.


Originally from Lithuania, Mr Cizauskas had lived in the Dungannon area for several years.

He lost his life after he was hit by unknown vehicle at around 7:50pm on the Killyman Road close to its junction with Cunninghams Lane.
The vehicle failed to stop at the scene.

Inspector John McKenna said, “I am appealing to the driver of the vehicle, or the occupants of the car, to do the right thing and come forward to police.

“I am also appealing for any drivers who were in the area at the time and have dash cams on their vehicles to check their footage, and anyone who was travelling on the Killyman Road around the time of the collision and who witnessed anything to contact local police in Dungannon or the Collision Investigation Unit on 101 quoting reference 1263 of 30/01/18.”


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