Police re-appeal for information, witnesses or dash cam footage after a man died in a suspected hit and run near Singleton

POLICE have re-appealed for information, witnesses or dash cam footage after a man died in a suspected hit and run near Singleton yesterday.

About 5.35am on Saturday, September 29, emergency services were called to Carrington Street, Glenridding, after a 44-year-old male was located dead on the side of the road.

Inquiries suggest he had been struck and killed by a car sometime between 4am and 5.30am.

Investigators have spoken with the female driver of a silver hatchback and have eliminated her from their inquiries.

Police are re-appealing for anyone who may have travelled through the area including Putty Road or the New England Highway that morning to review their dash cam footage for vehicles with obvious crash damage.

Investigators would also like to speak to anyone who travelled along Army Camp Road, Cemetery Lane or Carrington Street between 4am and 5.30am on Saturday to rule them out from the investigation.

The Crash Investigation Unit and officers from Hunter Valley Police District continue with their investigation and will prepare a report for the information of the Coroner.