The family of Dylan Price have made a fresh appeal for information on the second anniversary of his death.

Dylan was tragically killed the day before his 18th birthday in a suspected hit and run incident on Sunday, September 19 in 2021.

He had been out celebrating with friends the day before his birthday and was killed whilst travelling home on the B4385, Brampton Road in Bishop’s Castle.

Dylan’s mother Louise Bristow said in the new appeal: “Dylan died instantly on the road and we are still none the wiser as to what happened.

“The not knowing is just heartbreaking, it’s still there every day. If somebody knows something, just tell us.

“If it is somebody they know surely getting it out there would be so much easier for them because living with the guilt for two years must be absolutely horrendous.

“We know it was an accident but surely – we just want answers.

“He’d done his lifeguarding, he wanted to be a member of the coastguard or just something out there. He loved nature, he could tell you any animal in the sea almost and was very family orientated.”

Dylan’s sister, Izzi Price said he was the “cheekiest person you’d meet, ever”

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“He’s missed out on a lot he shouldn’t have,” added Izzi.

“Livvi (Dylan’s other sister) had a son and he should have been there for that. He was a great uncle.

“There are things where you wish you could be like ‘you never guess what happened today’ and you wish you could but you can’t.”

West Mercia Police have said that if anyone has a piece of information “no matter how small” to contact them via 101 and quote the incident 140i of September 19 2021.