A 24-year-old Warracknabeal man has been remembered fondly as investigations into his death continue.
Police have confirmed Jacob Duncan died in hospital after he was found with life-threatening injuries on Dooen Road at 5.50am on Sunday, February 16.
On Friday a silver Ford Focus seized as part of investigations into the incident was taken from Horsham Police Station to Melbourne for examination at the Victorian Forensic Science Laboratory.
Major Collision Investigation Unit Detective Sergeant Chris Von Tunk said the incident was "unequivocally a motor vehicle collision with a pedestrian".
"We are not looking for any other vehicles involved at this stage, but any businesses on Dooen Road and in Horsham CBD with CCTV footage can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Horsham Police."
Detective Sergeant Von Tunk said the unit was making inquiries through road and rail freight companies Kalari and Pacific National to see if vehicles belonging to either had footage of the incident.
He said the investigation would "take some time to piece together" exactly what had happened.
The vehicle was seized on Wednesday, and police have spoken to a person in relation to the incident.
"We are not looking for anyone else and the investigation is ongoing," he said. "(The man who died) was at a licensed premises in Horsham CBD in the lead-up to the incident. It's a case of a 24-year-old going out with friends that has ended tragically. By all accounts he was a terrific young man."
Others have taken to social media to pay tribute to Mr Duncan.
Horsham resident Samuel Markby said on Tuesday: "Jake Duncan was always there to be a mate when you needed one, to have a chat and show support. He was a man who without fail, every time he saw me, made me feel like I was worth his time."
Warracknabeal's Patric McGregor said: "Even to anyone that wasn't a part of your life you still were a true mate to them and made an impression that'd last a lifetime, You'll never be forgotten within the lives of the people you were in."
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