Appeal to trace e-scooter rider after collision with pedestrian
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Officers investigating a collision in which a pedestrian suffered a broken arm after being struck by an e-scooter are appealing for the rider to come forward.
The collision happened around 2pm on Friday 24 June in Saffron Lane, close to the Tesco Express.
The rider initially stopped and provided some details to the pedestrian – a woman in her 40s – before leaving the scene.
She was able to make her way to hospital for treatment and as a result of the incident sustained a broken arm.
Police have been trying to trace the rider and are now publicly appealing for him or anyone who may know him to make contact.
Any witnesses to the incident are also asked to come forward.
Investigating officer, PC John Williamson, said: “If you were the rider of the e-scooter or you know who this person might be, please come forward so we can carry out further enquiries in relation to this incident.
“Also, if you were in the area at the time and witnessed the collision, we’d like to speak to you.”
Contact police on 101, quoting reference 22*379670.