The family of the 46-year-old man Brian Tozer who was found in the early hours of Sunday morning on an Andover roundabout in Hampshire has sadly died.
His family paid tribute to the man and have said that a massive hole has been left in their hearts.
Speaking from her home in Andover Jenine Brister said ” My uncle was rushed to Southampton General where sadly he gave up the fight. One of your friends, friends of friends or family members may know this person…their car is badly damaged and they didn’t stop! Please help me and my family. She went on to appeal to the person who failed to stop “I don’t care why or how….hand yourself in as you have killed someone and they have left a massive hole in our hearts.
As first reported on Sunday Police are hunting the driver of a vehicle that failed to stop after hitting the 46-year-old Kitchen Assistant, who had just finished worked and was found lying in the road in early hours of Sunday.
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A passing motorist called the emergency services after discovering the man, from Andover, who was rushed to hospital.
Police are still appealing for the driver of the vehicle involved in the incident, that happened in the vicinity of the Folly Roundabout, Redon Way, Andover at around 12.45am on Sunday.
Sergeant Adrienne Jerram, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “We need to trace the vehicle that hit him and the driver as soon as possible. I’m now appealing for help from the public in tracing the vehicle.
“If you have any information about what happened or become aware of any vehicle that has suddenly obtained some damage since Saturday please get in contact with us.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101
Update: A 28-year-old man from Andover was been arrested by Police in relation to the matter.