Heartbroken family members and friends have been leaving floral tributes in memory of Don Lock, following his death in Findon.
Mr Lock, 79, who lived in Worthing, died after being stabbed on the A24 on Thursday night. Yesterday, his family released a statement, which can be read in full by clicking here.
Mourners have begun leaving floral tributes close to the scene. A note from Maureen, his wife of 55 years, said: “I will love and miss you forever. My rock, my wonderful husband of 55 years. God bless you.” Another, from granddaughter Kirsty, said: “There are no words to express how I’m feeling. I have lost a very special grandad. My only grandad. I love you so much.”
As well as flowers, cycling-related tributes were also left – Mr Lock was part of the Worthing Excelsior Cycling Club and had been a member for about 50 years. A cycle helmet had been left in tribute, as well as a jersey accompanied by a note simply saying ‘God bless, Don’ – while a bouquet carried a note signed from Alan & Becky that read ‘Ride safe up there Don’.
Yesterday afternoon, police arrested a 34-year-old Worthing man on suspicion of murder.
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