Police appeal to garages in search for hit-and-run car
Police are appealing to garages which might have repaired a car which hit a pedestrian in Plymouth, breaking both his legs, earlier this month.
Officers investigating the collision on August 2 are looking for a green vehicle, possibly an Audi, which sustained damage to its front passenger wing.
The 33-year-old victim was struck while walking along Armada Street in the North Hill area of the city at around 4.20pm.
He was taken to Derriford Hospital where he received treatment for a broken leg and ankle.
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Anyone with information is asked to call on 101 and speak to PC Stuart Moses quoting reference 667 2nd August 2013.