AN appeal for information to trace the killer of lorry driver Micky Little on the M3 at Camberley has so far drawn a blank.

Surrey police hoped that the offer of a £25,000 reward would provide them with a breakthrough in their three-week hunt. But a police spokeswoman said on Monday that the response was "disappointing".

She added: "It's not totally surprising given that the incident happened at a time when there wouldn't have been many people on the motorway."

The reward from the Ford Motor Company is still on offer for anyone who provides information which leads to the conviction of Mr Little's killer.

Mr Little died from heart failure after being hit by a brick thrown from the Russet Gardens footbridge sometime between 11pm on March 20 and 2am on March 21.

He was on a delivery run for Ford at the time of the tragedy. Frank Coyne, the company's transport operations chief, described him as a "well liked and respected" employee. Mr Little, 53, lived at Hornchurch, Essex, and had a 23-year-old daughter.

Anyone with information relating to his death should contact the police incident room on 01483 571212 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.