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Police probe fatal motorcycle crash

Posted on September 24, 2021

Updated on September 26, 2021

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ROCKY MOUNT — City police are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash.

Officers responded to a 6:20 p.m. Thursday wreck between a motorcycle and another vehicle on the 400 block of West Raleigh Boulevard, said Cpl. Ricky Jackson, public information officer for the Rocky Mount Police Department.

“The operator of the motorcycle was pronounced deceased at the scene,” Jackson said.

The department’s Traffic Crash Reconstruction Unit is conducting an investigation. Any potential criminal charges will be postponed until the probe concludes, Jackson said.

Police ask anyone with video footage to call the Rocky Mount Police Department at 252-972-1411. Witnesses with video can also call Twin Counties Crime Stoppers at 252-977-1111 and ask for a cash reward.

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