Police are continuing their investigation following the tragic death of 12-year-old Keaton Slater in Coventry.

Young Keaton sadly lost his life after he was hit by a car in Radford Road, Coventry shortly after 4.30pm on June 14.

West Midlands Police are continuing to appeal for any information relating to the whereabouts of Dolars Aleksanders, who they believe is linked to what happened.

Police are asking the public to do the right thing and come forward with anything which could help enquiries.

Superintendent Paul Joyce said: “We are determined to do everything we can to achieve justice for Keaton and his family.

“We are asking everyone to think about what this would be like if it happened to your family and do the right thing and tell us what you know.

“Keaton was a young boy enjoying his life. As a football fan, he would no doubt have enjoyed cheering on England last night, but for his life to be cruelly taken away like this is heartbreaking.

“Keaton’s family are being supported by specialist officers and we would ask their privacy be respected at this most tragic time.”

A Coventry City Football Club spokesperson said: “Coventry City are deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of young supporter Keaton Slater.

“12-year-old Keaton was a huge Coventry City supporter, and the thoughts and condolences of everyone at Coventry City Football Club and the entire Sky Blue community are with Keaton’s family and friends at this awful time for them.”

“The Sky Blues will liaise with Keaton’s family to support them, and to help them to remember and to pay tribute to Keaton.”

The Collision Investigation Unit is continuing its investigation and is asking for anyone who has dashcam footage from the surrounding area to come forward.

Anyone with further information is urged to call 999 immediately quoting log 3407 of 14 June.

You can also email FL_COLLISION_INVEST@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Suspect – Dolars Aleksanders