VIDEO: Caught on camera, the moment a car collided with a row of three parked vehicles in Chatteris

12:58 04 September 2014

Damage caused by collision in Chatteris

Damage caused by collision in Chatteris

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Police are looking for the driver of a red Volkswagen Golf who fled the scene of a collision with three parked vehicles – which was caught on CCTV

Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.

The collision took place on Sunday at about 7.30pm in Bridge Street, Chatteris.

The red convertible Golf collided with the first parked car, which then smashed into other parked cars.

A short time later, the driver of the Golf got out of the vehicle and walked down the road.

Nobody was in the parked cars and nobody was injured.

Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.

Resident David Johnson said: “Luckily no-one was walking past.”

A police spokesman said: “We were called at just before 7.30pm on Sunday.

“A car hit another parked car. Two further cars were damaged.

“We are still looking for the driver involved.”

Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.Stills from CCTV footage of the collision in Chatteris.

CONTACT: PC Sean Redman on 101

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