A motorcyclist has sustained serious injuries after coming off his bike on a Meriden road.
The unnamed rider was on the Birmingham Road – the B4104 – in Meriden at around 4.30am on Friday (May 21).
Police believe the 58-year-old man, who was riding a white and blue Honda 125, lost control of the bike.
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They say that they don’t think anyone else was involved, but are seeking witnesses.
Solihull Police posted on Facebook: “We’re appealing for witnesses and dashcam footage after a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries on the Birmingham Road (B4104) in Meriden this morning (21 May) at around 4.30am.
“The 58-year-old man was on a white and blue Honda 125 when it is believed he lost control of the bike.
“We don’t believe any other vehicles are involved at this stage, but we are keen to hear from anyone who saw anything.
“The family of the rider have been informed and are being supported by our specially trained officers at this difficult time.
“If you have any information or footage that could help, please contact us via live chat or call 101, quoting log 314 of 21 May.”