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SHERIDAN — A man killed Sunday while riding his bicycle on Decker Road has not been identified and law enforcement is seeking help by releasing what little information is known about the individual.
According to WHP, the 50- to 60-year-old man was riding his bicycle near mile marker 4 at approximately 9:45 a.m. when he pulled out in front of a pickup truck, was struck and killed.
The man is approximately 6-feet-1-inch tall and weighs between 200 and 210 pounds. He has blue eyes and redish brown hair.
WHP Trooper David Motsick said the man was on a red, black and silver Schwinn with the tie down straps on the pedals, suggesting the man was not a casual cyclist.
Motsick also said there are no indications the man is a transient, but said that possibility is not being ruled out at this time.
The driver of the pickup truck was not injured in the crash and the incident remains under investigation.
Anyone with information regarding the crash or the victim is asked to call WHP or the Sheridan Police Department.
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