Family pay tribute to man killed in suspected non-stop collision
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The family of a man who died in a suspected non-stop collision in the Staffordshire Moorlands area last week have paid tribute to him.
Thomas Henry Kent, aged 32, died in the early hours of Thursday (24 February) on Buttermilk Hill, Hollington.
The cause of Mr Kent’s death is currently unascertained.
The family of Thomas have described him as a much-loved son, brother, fiancé and beloved father to son Charlie.
They said: “Thomas is forever in our hearts, but a huge part of our family is gone.
“All his family and friends miss him tremendously.
“He was a beautiful person, taken from the world too soon.
“We will love him always and forever.
“Until we meet again.”
Officers are continuing to appeal for witnesses, CCTV and dashcam footage of the area between 00.45am and 2am on Thursday 24 February.
Detective Inspector Pete Cooke, of Staffordshire Police’s northern criminal investigation department (CID), said: “I would like to encourage anyone who was in the Hollington Road area late evening on 23 February or the early hours of 24 February, to get in touch with us as you may have vital information to help us with our inquiries.
“We are particularly keen to trace a vehicle that was travelling in the direction of Tean towards Rocester and beyond during that timeframe.”
Contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or call 101, quoting incident number 051 of 24 February.