More than two days ago, a cyclist was killed northwest of London. Who she is remains a mystery.
As of Thursday night, the woman had yet to be identified.
“Middlesex OPP has received a number of tips, each being followed up by investigators, however, none have resulted in a positive identification at this time. We thank the public (for their) continued interest and assistance in this matter,” Const. Max Gomez of the Middlesex OPP said.
The woman died about 5p.m. on Tuesday. Police asked the public for their help in determining her identification Wednesday.
She died after being struck by a car while cycling south on Bear Creek Road near Sinclair Drive. The car was driving in the same direction. The car’s driver, a 20-year-old man, was unhurt, police say.
The woman was not carrying ID with her. Police canvassed the area after the crash, but could not find anyone who knew the woman.
Police describe her as white, 50 to 60 years old, 5-foot-1 and 95pounds, with grey and blond hair. Her bicycle was a dark blue and black Norco Bush Pilot model with an attached water bottle holder.
Anyone with any information regarding the woman is asked to call police at 1-888-310-1122.
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