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Man killed by stolen car is named

A man killed when he was struck by a stolen car in Manchester has been identified by police.

Thomas Drane, aged 62, of Lowther Avenue, Gorton, was crossing Mount Road, Gorton, on 7 April when he was hit by a black Vauxhall Vectra.

He suffered multiple injuries and died at the scene.

Two girls, aged 17, and a boy, 16, arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving have been bailed until 17 July.

The car with the registration YF52 0AX was found dumped a short time later on Cranmere Avenue.

Two men and two women were seen fleeing the area.



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