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Police seek Siver Vauxhall Corsa that collided with pedestrian near Crescent Gardens

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The incident  occurred at approximately 10.40pm on Friday 27 September 2019 on Crescent Road, at the junction of Swan Road.

A Silver Vauxhall Corsa, three door, registration plate indicating the age of the car being between ’02 and ’06 was travelling at speed from the Valley Drive area and took a sharp left turn onto Swan Road where it collided with the victim.

It is believed the Corsa made off from the scene without stopping leaving the victim, a man in his fifties, on the ground having suffered an injury to his head and his knee. The victim, from , was taken to hospital for treatment and was discharged the same day.

The Corsa is described as having an extremely loud exhaust and was being driven by a white man described as in his 20’s with dark brown hair, no facial hair and wearing a white top.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or who saw the described vehicle in the Harrogate area around the time of the incident is asked to contact . Dial 101, press 2 and ask to speak to PC 123 Tunney, quoting incident number 12190179759. Alternatively please email geri.tunney@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk

Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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