Sudbury: Police hunting for pensioner who failed to stop after breaking pedestrian’s knee
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Police are on the lookout for a woman driver in her late sixties who failed to stop after crashing into a pedestrian and breaking his knee.
The incident happened in Great Eastern Road, Sudbury at around 5.30pm yesterday.
A 23-year-old man was walking across the road by a set of traffic lights when he was hit by a silver car. The impact caused the windscreen to smash.
The female driver got out of the car nearby, but then drove off towards Kings Street.
She is described as a white woman aged in her late sixties, approximately 5 ft 2 ins tall, of medium with short light-coloured hair.
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Anyone with any information should contact PC Christopher Battershall on 101, quoting SU/13/2452, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
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