CCTV Footage Released After Fatal Collision on Talgarth Road

Two people sought in connection with death of Ina Rodrigues

The two people police wish to identify. Picture: Met Police

April 11, 2024

Police investigating the death of Ina Rodrigues on the Talgarth Road earlier this year have released CCTV footage of two people they wish to speak to.

The 58-year-old woman was crossing the road near the junction with Gliddon Road at 6pm on Tuesday 16 January when she was hit by a moped.

She was taken to hospital but died five days later. Ina’s family continue to be supported by specially trained police officers.

The moped did not stop at the scene and CCTV captured the moment it was abandoned a short while later before the rider and passenger fled the scene on foot.

The video shows a moped rider and a pillion passenger who police would like to speak to in connection with their enquiries.


Detective Constable Matt Jackson, from the Roads and Transport Policing Command, leads the investigation. He said, “Our investigation has managed to track the moped to where it was abandoned but we now need the public’s help to try and identify the two people who were on it at the time of the collision.

“Ina’s family has been devastated as a result of this collision and we need to provide them with answers as to what happened to their loved one. If you can help, please get in contact immediately.”

Ina Rodrigues died five days after being hit by the moped
Ina Rodrigues died five days after being hit by the moped

Anyone who witnessed the collision or who has information that could identify the people on the moped is asked to call 101 (24 hours) or the Serious Collision Investigation Unit witness line on 020 8543 5157 – quote 6001718/24.

You can also provide information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111


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