POLICE are still appealing for a driver who witnessed a fatal collision in a Hampshire Road.

Roy Baker, 22, died at the scene of the crash which involved a beige coloured mini.

The incident took place on the A27 near Sherfield English on April 7 at around 3.15pm whilst Roy was rising his black Honda motorbike.

Police are still appealing for a driver who witnessed the crash.

A spokesperson from Hampshire Police said: "Following the collision, officers received information that a vehicle had slowed down at the scene to drive around the collision site before continuing on towards Romsey."

This vehicle has been described as a dark coloured BMW.

PC David Hazlett said: “We don’t believe this vehicle to be involved in the collision, but think the driver could be a witness to what happened as the vehicle drove around the collision site shortly after the incident happened.

“If you were driving this vehicle please call us as we want to know what you saw.”

Since the incident, Roy's family have paid tribute.

The family said: "“Our Roy Boy - the most kind-hearted, loved, amazing son, brother and best uncle in the world to his nephew and niece

"We couldn't be prouder to have a son and a brother like our Roy Boy.

"He loved life, he loved his family, and he loved horses and his side-kick dog Lewis.

“Our biggest ray of sunshine in our lives – gone, but it's not goodbye, Our Boy, it's see you later.

“Roy's family would like to thank everybody that stopped and helped Roy, it means a lot.”

Friends have also left tributes at the scene of crash, including flowers and bottles of beer.

One tribute said: "Dear Roy, you will forever be missed by everyone, fly high. Miss you forever."

Another said: "You were given to us for only a short time but God had plans for such a young gentle friendly man as you."