A Johnstone man who died in a crash near Glencoe has been named.

The collision, which involved a BMW motorbike and a Mazda CX5, took place on the A82, at the junction with the Buachaille Etive Beag car park, at around noon on Sunday, July 23.

The motorcyclist, who was pronounced dead at the scene, has now been named by police as 35-year-old Ross James Dominick.

A 52-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with the crash. He was later released on an undertaking to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court on Tuesday, July 25.

Thousands of pounds have been raised for Ross' heartbroken family after his sister Dana set up a GoFundMe page on Monday.

She wrote: "On July 23, 2023, my brother Ross sadly passed away due to a motorbike crash. Ross was a funny, charming and friendly guy who had a heart of gold and a soul that would light up a room.

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"Dad to three beautiful boys, partner to Amy, son to Irene & Ian, and best big brother to me. He has left a huge void in all of our lives.

"With extra costs of having to have his body moved from where he is at the moment, to be back in Johnstone with our family, so that we can say our goodbyes. I've made this page in the hope it can take some of the pressure off my family at this difficult time and give them one less thing to think about."

The GoFundMe page has so far raised more than £4,500 - well beyond its £500 target.

A flood of heartfelt tributes have been paid by Ross' friends on social media.

Mark Gardiner wrote: "Devastated to hear the news, a fellow biker, a father, a friend!

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"Never came home from doing what we all love to do."

Andrew McGowan added: "Rest easy brother Ross Dominick, you were a legend loved by so many and a true friend, my thoughts are with your family, you will be missed."

Enquiries are currently ongoing to establish the full circumstances surrounding the crash.

Inspector Scott Deans, of the Road Policing Unit, said: "Our thoughts are with Ross' family and friends at this difficult time.

"Our enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances and we would ask anyone with information which has not yet been passed to police to contact us on 101 quoting 1435 of July 23."

To support the fundraising efforts of Ross' family, visit gofundme.com/f/im-loving-memory-of-ross.