Police have launched another appeal two weeks after a man died after being struck by a car in Walton-on Thames.

Matthew Tester, who was known by many who knew him as Tik, was sadly pronounced dead after a car drove into a group of people on April 22.

As the Surrey Comet reported previously, a 26-year-old man has been charged by police with Tik's murder.

Shaan Mir, of Arlington Lodge in Weybridge, was charged with murder and attempt murder after he was arrested the same day.

Surrey Police are appealing for footage showing a white BMW 1 series, index LM64 LVW.

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Detective Chief Inspector David Springett, who is leading the investigation, said: “We are appealing for the public’s help with two aspects of the investigation.

"We believe that there were a number of vehicles using the car parks behind M&S which is adjacent to the road where the incident took place.

"If you believe you were one of those people using the car park between 1.30 and 2.30pm on April 22 and can provide any information or may have dashcam footage, please get in touch straightaway.

“We are also keen to speak to any residents or local businesses who have CCTV footage of the area between Church Street in Walton-on-Thames and Temple Field Close in Addlestone, or any of the aforementioned roads in our appeal, between 1.30 and 4.15pm on the same day.

"In particular, we are looking for footage which features a white BMW 1 series car.”

Surrey Police are asking anyone with information or footage to report it through their Major Incident Public Portal here.

Alternatively, you can contact police via 101.