Police have released a picture of a car they want to trace following a collision on the A361 near Braunton which killed 26-year-old Natalie Jones. They wish to speak to the owner of what appears to be a light blue Nissan Almeira, who may have vital information about the crash. Natalie was a passenger in a grey BMW on Friday, August 21 when it was in collision with a green Toyota Yaris at Knowle. Emergency services were called at 5.45pm but she sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. PC Rod Lomas from the Bodmin Serious Collisions Investigation Unit said: The image we have released is of a car which we believe is a light blue Nissan Almera and we wish to trace the owner. This car was in the area around the time of the collision but is in no way involved in the incident. However, we believe they may hold information vital to the investigation and we would like to speak to the driver and any passengers who may have been in the vehicle during that journey. If anyone recognises the vehicle or if you are the owner, please contact the Serious Collisions Unit at Barnstaple on 101 quoting reference 710 of 21 August. A 30-year-old Ilfracombe man was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and bailed until October 19.