THE body of a man who died in a crash on the Belfast Road outside Enniskillen may have laid undiscovered in his car for several days.
44 year old Gary Douglas who was originally from Liverpool but had been living in the Lisbellaw area for a number of years was found dead in the vehicle on Tuesday morning.
Detectives believe the collision on the road between Enniskillen and Tamlaght occurred sometime between last Thursday and Tuesday and say Mr. Douglas was reported missing on Monday.
An eye witness has told The Impartial Reporter that he spotted the grey Renault Kadjar off the road last weekend and was left in “total shock” when he heard this week that there had been someone inside.
“I was visiting my daughter’s house on Saturday and she told me that there was a car off the road in the ditch, on the bad corner. She said you could hardly see the car, just the top of the roof.
“So I was coming down the road between 4pm and 4.30pm looking for the hole in the hedge. I got out of my car and I looked at the car way down in the shrubbery, I didn’t go down next or near it. I thought somebody had gone off the road the night before,” he said. The eye witness said he “couldn’t believe” when he learned of the driver’s death. 
“I never even dreamt of there being someone in the car, I never dreamt it. I was shocked,” he said. 
In a statement, PSNI Inspector Paula Johnston said police would like to hear from anyone who was travelling on the Belfast Road at any time between February 1 and February 6.
“We continue to investigate the circumstances that led to Mr. Douglas’ death and are appealing for information. We are especially keen to speak to anyone who saw Mr. Douglas’ grey Renault Kadjar in the area at any point during that period of time,” she said.
Anyone with information is asked to call police in Enniskillen quoting reference 400 06/02/18.