Police investigating a fatal crash in which a cyclist died say his bike has now been handed in.
Stan Coates, 55, from West Herrington, was killed when a car drove into him as he was exchanging details with another driver after an accident.
It happened on Burdon Lane in Sunderland at 4.45pm on Friday, October 26.
Just before the impact, a dark grey Transit-type van pulled over and two men who said they lived near Mr Coates offered to take his bike home for him.
Police appealed for information when the bike had not been returned on Monday October 29, but say it has now been handed in.
Officers are still appealing for witnesses who were travelling on Burdon Lane at the time of the accident to get in touch.
Anyone with information should contact Northumbria Police on 101.
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