CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Niagara police seek hit-and-run suspect after boy knocked off bike
Police are asking for help tracking down the suspect in a hit-and-run collision with an boy on a bicycle last week in Thorold.
Niagara Regional Police Service released dashcam footage on Thursday that shows a collision that occurred at 2:11 p.m. on Friday, June 11. The driver went through a stop sign in the area of Confederation Avenue and Richmond Street and knocked the 11-year-old child off of his bike. The force of the collision caused the boy to stumble across the intersection before he fell on to the grass shoulder.
The driver did not remain at the scene.
On June 11 at 2:11pm, in the area of Confederation Ave and Richmond St. in Thorold, an 11 year old male was riding his bike when a vehicle proceeded through the stop sign knocking the young male off of his bike. Anyone with information is asked to contact us or @niagaratips pic.twitter.com/7plgEOZZ5i— NRPS (@NiagRegPolice) June 17, 2021
Anyone with information about the case may contact Niagara police at 905-688-4111. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or crimestoppersniagara.ca.>
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