Crimewatch Appeal Over Northolt Hit and Run Death
Stolen car from Isleworth involved in the fatal accident
The husband of a pensioner killed in a hit and run in Northolt will appear on Crimewatch this Friday (17th June).
Frances Josephine Mullaney, known to her family and friends as Josie, a 73-year-old from Adelphi Way, Hayes, was in a car in Ruislip Road, Northolt at 15:40hrs on Sunday 26 October 2008 (the day the clocks went back) when it was in collision with three other vehicles. Mrs Mullaney died of her injuries six days later.
One of the vehicles involved - a charcoal grey Toyota MR2 - failed to stop at the scene. It had been reported stolen from Bourne Close, Isleworth, at some time between 18:00hrs and 22:30hrs on Wednesday 22 October 2008.
Detective Sergeant Chris Osborne from the Metropolitan Police Service's Road Death Investigation Unit and John Mullaney will be appearing on Crimewatch Roadshow on Friday 17 June to appeal for information about the death of Josie.
DS Chris Osborne, said: "We are determined to identify the person who was driving the Toyota MR2 and will continue to appeal for information until those who know who is responsible do the decent thing and give us the information we need."
The programme will be on BBC1 at 9.15pm will give details about the fatal collision
Anyone who can assist the police with their enquiries are being asked to call the Road Death Investigation Unit at Alperton on 020 8998 5319; if you wish to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
15th June 2011