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‘Larger than life’ biker killed following collision in Dunton as man arrested

Lee Bozier-Lown died following a collision on Cambridge Road at around 9am on 11 May

Lee Bozier-Lown was riding his motorcycle when he was involved in a collision that cost him his life. (Bedfordshire Police)
Lee Bozier-Lown was riding his motorcycle when he was involved in a collision that cost him his life. (Bedfordshire Police)

Tributes have been paid to a “caring and supportive” biker who died following a collision in Dunton, Bedfordshire, last week.

Lee Bozier-Lown, 46, from Letchworth, was riding his motorcycle when he was involved in a collision with a Ford Transit van on Cambridge Road at around 9am on 11 May.

Emergency services were called to the incident but Bozier-Lown was pronounced dead at the scene.

A man in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop.

He has since been released on police bail.

Bozier-Lown’s family said he will be “deeply missed by his family and friends”.

The incident took place on Cambridge Road, Dunton, Bedfordshire, on 11 May. (Google)
The incident took place on Cambridge Road, Dunton, Bedfordshire, on 11 May. (Google)

They said in a statement: “He was loving, caring and supportive, full of fun and a character that was larger than life. He would do anything for anyone and brought people together.

Bedfordshire Police are appealing for witnesses as they continue their investigation.

Detective sergeant Craig Wheeler, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire serious collision investigation unit, said: “This was a tragic incident, and our thoughts remain with the family and loved ones of the victim.”

“We are appealing for anyone that was travelling along Cambridge Road around the time of the incident, or anyone that witnessed the incident itself to come forward. We are particularly keen to hear from anyone that may have captured any dashcam footage that may support our investigation into the circumstances of this collision.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact police by calling 101 or online, quoting Operation Coleman.