A PEDESTRIAN who died following a collision with two cars has been identified as 33-year-old Andrew Deluen.

He was fatally injured on Foremans Row, near the Keel Row Pub, in Seaton Delaval, at 6am on Monday.

It was reported that a white Vauxhall Insignia had struck a male pedestrian, who was on the carriageway, before a red Mazda 2, travelling in the opposite direction, has then also struck the man.

Mr Deluen, of Blyth, was pronounced dead at the scene.

His family are currently being supported by specially-trained officers from Northumbria Police and the investigation is ongoing.

Jake Dimmick, 26, of Elm Trees in Blyth was arrested and has now been convicted of aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, failing to provide a specimen and other document offences.

He pleaded guilty to the offences after appearing before magistrates in Bedlington on Tuesday. He is due to be sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court on February 11.

Officers are still keen to hear from anyone that may have been on the A192 near to the Keel Row Pub around the time of the collision. Call 101 to help.