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Man's body found on road may have been hit by more than one vehicle

Police in England have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

POLICE HAVE APPEALED for witnesses to come forward after the discovery of a man’s body on a road in Surrey, England.

Officers attended the scene on Monument Road in Woking at 3am today, shortly after a member of the public raised the alarm.

Surrey Police said the man may have been hit by more than one vehicle.

Sergeant Eddie Ryan from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “We are currently working to establish the exact circumstances of this incident but believe the man has been hit by possibly more than one vehicle.”

Ryan appealed for witnesses to come forward, saying police “need to understand what happened”.

“We would also been keen to hear from anyone who has a dashcam that drove down this road last night before it was closed as this may have captured valuable information that could be useful for our investigation,” he added.

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