Mystery of crash pedestrian

PUBLISHED: 08:24 27 January 2006 | UPDATED: 21:39 28 May 2010

POLICE are appealing for a pedestrian, believed to have been struck by a car, to get in touch with them. Officers were called just before midnight on Friday, January 13, by the driver of a Ford Escort, who thought he had hit a pedestrian in Dartford Road

POLICE are appealing for a pedestrian, believed to have been struck by a car, to get in touch with them.

Officers were called just before midnight on Friday, January 13, by the driver of a Ford Escort, who thought he had hit a pedestrian in Dartford Road, March.

The impact caused the windscreen to smash but, when the driver stopped, the pedestrian could not be found.

Pc James Malinowski said: "I would appeal for the pedestrian to get in touch with police."

"It is believed the pedestrian was with a group of people near the Diana Indian restaurant.

CONTACT: Pc Malinowski at March Police Station on 0845 456 4564.


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