Police believe this man may be able to help with an investigation into a fatal crash last year.
Police believe this man may be able to help with an investigation into a fatal crash last year.

WATCH: CCTV footage as part of fatal crash investigations

POLICE have released CCTV footage and are appealing for public help as part of an ongoing investigation into a fatal crash at Tumbulgum, in which a woman died after a car plunged into the Tweed River.

About 9.30pm on Sunday, October 18, 2015, a silver 2004 Nissan 300zx was being driven east along the Tweed Valley Way.

Half a kilometre east of Riverside Drive, the car left the road and went into the Tweed River.

The 51-year-old male driver was out of the vehicle when police arrived at the scene, and he was helping a 57-year-old female passenger.

The woman, Michelle Lord, was airlifted to the Gold Cost University Hospital in a serious condition.

She died on Tuesday, October 20, 2015.

Strike Force Coval was established with the assistance of Queensland Police Homicide Squad to investigate the crash.

Investigators have obtained CCTV footage from a nearby premises that was taken shortly before the crash.

Police believe a man in the footage may be able to help them with investigations.

The man is of Caucasian appearance, about 186cm tall, of slim build with grey hair. He was wearing dark coloured shorts, a checked shirt and a black cap.

Anyone who may have seen the man along the Tweed Valley Way before or after the crash is urged to contact Tweed Heads Police Station on (07) 5536 0999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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