Police investigating a hit and run in Bangor are appealing for a possible witness to come forward.
A 21 year-old woman was seriously injured when she was knocked down by a car on Glynne Road at 7.45pm on Monday evening (12th December). She is recovering at Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Detectives are they’re keen to speak to a man spotted on CCTV near the scene – he was walking the High Street and turned left onto Glynne Road just seconds before the collision.
Sergeant Meurig Jones from the Roads Policing Unit said: ”The man who was seen on CCTV walking down the High Street turned onto Glynne Road approximately 12 seconds before the collision happened, meaning there is likelihood that he would have heard the commotion behind him.”
”The vehicle involved, which we believe to be a dark coloured saloon or hatchback car – possibly a Ford Mondeo, would have passed him after failing to stop at the scene. We are keen to trace this man, or anybody else who may have witnessed the collision. We are reviewing a number of CCTV images and our enquiries continue.”
Officers have also directly appealed to the driver of the car, which failed to stop at the scene, to come forward.
Anyone with information should contact the Roads Policing Unit in Llandygai on 101, quoting reference no. W175751, or the North Wales Police control room via the live web chat.