AN ALLOA man has been killed after being struck by a car in Bridge of Allan.

Fraser Ross was hit by a Land Rover Defender on Thursday, December 27 at around 11.10pm and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have now confirmed the identity of the 29-year-old who is originally from Alloa.

A Police Scotland statement said: “The 29-year-old was a pedestrian when he was involved in a collision with a Land Rover Defender in Cornton Road at around 11.10pm on Thursday 27th December.

“He sustained serious injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.”

Inspector Andrew Thomson from the Road Policing Unit in Stirling said: "Our deepest sympathies remain with Fraser's family and our inquiries continue to establish the full circumstances of this incident.

"I would reiterate our appeal for motorists or other members of the public with information that can assist this investigation to contact police immediately."

Those with information can contact the RPU at Stirling via 101 and quote incident number 4280 of the 27th December.

Tributes have been left at the scene just outside Bridge of Allan fire station as people paid their condolences.

One bunch of flowers read: “RIP Fraser. Love always, Auntie Moira and Uncle Willie. We’ll look after your girls.”

There was also an outpouring of grief on Facebook with dozens of people paying tribute to the popular young man.

Jane W. Tripney posted: “Such a terrible tragic loss R.I.P. You were 1 in a million Fraser and we will never forget you.”

Suzanne Whyte said: “RIP Fraser such a terrible shock. Thoughts go out to his family. Especially to his little girl and partner. Heart breaking news.”