TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who died after being hit by a car on Anglesey.

Police have now formally identified the man as 22-year-old Jamie Stubbs who was a farm labourer from the Rhosgoch area.

Mr Stubbs was hit on a road between Rhosgoch and Amlwch on the night of Wednesday, September 4.

An Ambulance was sent to the scene at around 10.15pm, however, Mr Stubbs was pronounced dead at the scene.

In a brief but heartfelt statement, his family released the following tribute; "Jamie was a very much loved by his Mum, Dad, Brother and Sister and will be sadly missed.”

Close friend Liam Rogerson, who knew Jamie throughout school, also paid his respects saying: "Jamie was a good friend of mine. We first met in school and later became good friends and would spend a lot of time together out and about on our motorbikes.

"He was a kind hearted man and a great friend."

A floral tribute of white, purple and red flowers currently marks the spot where Mr Stubbs died on the unnamed road between Rhosgoch and Amlwch.

Officers are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the collision which happened shortly after 10pm and involved a blue-coloured Ford Fiesta.

Sergeant Raymond Williams of the Roads Policing Unit is continue to appeal for any witnesses to come forward. He said: “Our thoughts remain with Jamie’s family at this difficult time.

“We are continuing to appeal to anybody who may have been travelling in the vicinity and who may have seen a pedestrian to contact us. We are also interested to hear from anybody who had been driving in the area just prior to the collision and who may have dash cam footage that could assist with our investigation.”

Anybody with information is asked to contact officers at the Western Roads Policing Unit on 101 or via the live web chat quoting reference number X129676.