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Police seeking witnesses to bank holiday hit-and-run in Clenchwarton

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Police are now appealing for witnesses to a serious hit-and-run incident in Clenchwarton earlier this month.

Officers were called to the C80 at Clenchwarton at 9.15am on Thursday June 2, the first of the Jubilee bank holidays, following reports of a collision involving a bike and what is believed to be a silver or grey car. The driver failed to stop and there has been no arrest since.

The cyclist, a woman aged in her 60s, was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment.

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PC George William said: “The victim suffered serious injuries as a result of the collision, but has since been discharged from the hospital and is continuing to recover at home.

“We have conducted a number of enquiries including looking at CCTV in the area as well as house-to-house and are now looking for information from anyone who was in the area at the time.

“We are keen to hear from anyone who was driving along the C80 at Clenchwarton between 9am and 9.30am on the morning of the collision, as they may be able to help with our investigation.”

Anyone with information or dash-cam footage, should contact PC William at the Swaffham roads and armed policing team on 101 quoting incident 110 of June 2.

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