Police look to trace car after hit and run collision on A92

Published 27 November 2016

Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following a hit and run collision on the A92.

The incident happened around 11.10 p.m. on Saturday 26th November, near to Moonzie.

A 79-year-old man was riding his bicycle when he was knocked off by a passing vehicle, which then failed to stop.

Local residents heard the collision and came to the cyclist's aid. He was taken to Ninewells Hospital for treatment, however, his injuries are not believed to be serious.

Inquiries into this collision are ongoing and anyone with information is asked to come forward.

Sergeant James Henry from the Road Policing Unit in Fife said: "As part of this investigation we are eager to trace the driver of the vehicle, who, given the time of night, may not know they struck a cyclist, but may notice some damage to their vehicle which is consistent with a collision.

"If you were on the A92 near Moonzie late on Saturday evening and believe you were this motorist then please contact us immediately.

"In addition, anyone else who has information that can assist with this inquiry should also get in touch."

Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.


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