Reward offered to find Bournemouth crash suspect

Dean Cambage Image copyright Dorset Police
Image caption Police want to trace Dean Cambage over the crash

A £3,000 reward has been offered to help police trying to trace a man in connection with a crash in Dorset.

A vehicle ploughed into a number of pedestrians on Poole Hill, Bournemouth, at about 04:30 BST on 24 August.

The car was then driven towards Terrace Road and the Bournemouth International Centre before being later found abandoned on the East Overcliff.

Police believe Dean Cambage, 32, from Bournemouth was driving the grey 318 BMW estate and want to speak to him.

Two of those struck by the car - a 22-year-old woman and a 51-year-old man - were treated at Poole Hospital for non life-threatening injuries.

Det Sgt Andy Bell, of Bournemouth CID, said: "I hope that this cash reward will encourage anyone with information that will help us to apprehend the suspect to come forward."

The reward has been offered by the Crimestoppers charity.

Image copyright Dorset Police
Image caption The grey 318 BMW estate was found abandoned on the East Overcliff

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