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Police in the Highlands appeal for witnesses following a hit and run on Kintail Crescent Inverness

By Louise Glen

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Police have appealed for witnesses.
Police have appealed for witnesses.

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a hit and run in Inverness, where one woman was injured.

The 43-year-old was struck by a silver coloured car on Sunday November 14 around 1.20pm on Kintail Crescent.

A police spokesman said: "Officers in Inverness are continuing their inquiries following a hit and run in Inverness on Sunday November 14 2021.

"Around 1.20pm a woman was on Kintail Crescent when she was struck by a silver coloured car which mounted the pavement. Emergency services attended and the 43-year-old woman was taken to hospital due to having a suspected leg fracture.

"She has since been discharged.

"Officers have been carrying out door-to-door enquiries and are checking CCTV footage from in and around the area for any additional information on the vehicle and occupants.

"The vehicle is a silver coloured car with a male driver and female passenger. The car drove up Kintail Crescent and turned towards Oldtown Road."

Constable Paul Ross said: “I would urge anyone who believes they can assist us in identifying the car or who may have any other information that could help with our investigation to contact us. I would ask anyone with dash cam devices to check their footage as there could be images which could aid our enquiries. Any small piece of information could prove significant so please do pass it on.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 2049 of 14 November, 2021. Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be given anonymously.

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