POLICE have a brand new lead of their investigation into the demise of a Queanbeyan man discovered lifeless on a serious Canberra highway eight months in the past.

Jyle Molloy, 28, was struck by a car alongside Pialligo Avenue on the night of February 27.

He had been attending the Crimson Scorching Summer season pageant in Commonwealth Park and was final seen round 10:45pm in Russell, earlier than being discovered lifeless on Pialligo Avenue round 11:05pm.

Police at this time (October 24) confirmed that Molloy was strolling alongside Morsehead Drive someday earlier than 11pm when he received right into a darkish colored sedan.

Quickly after, police say Molloy exited the car and was strolling on Pialligo Avenue when he was struck and killed.

Senior Constable Will Stevenson from the key collision crew stated it’s seemingly that the individuals in that automotive would have been the final individuals to see Molloy alive, and has urged these individuals to return ahead.

“Police are assured that individuals have info that would help the investigation and in flip Jyle’s household,” Senior Constable Stevenson stated.

“Somebody may have seen one thing or heard one thing.

“Somebody may nonetheless know one thing concerning the collision and for quite a lot of causes they haven’t come ahead.

“Right this moment, we’re asking you to take action.”

Molloy’s demise is one in every of 18 on Canberra roads to this point this 12 months.

Anybody with info ought to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000