Edinburgh, Fife & East Scotland

CCTV issued over child hit-and-run in Edinburgh

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Image caption Officers believe the driver of the car pictured in the CCTV footage could help with their investigation

Police have released a CCTV image of a vehicle they want to find following a hit-and-run collision in Edinburgh.

A 10-year-old boy was struck at about 14:00 on Saturday 16 June on West Granton Road, near its junction with Royston Mains Street.

The child sustained a serious arm injury and was taken to the Sick Kids Hospital before later being released.

Officers believe the driver of the vehicle pictured in the CCTV footage could help with their investigation.

'Matter of urgency'

PC Simon Rose said: "The young boy is thankfully making a good recovery since this incident and we are continuing with our inquiries.

"We would like to trace the car pictured and speak with the driver as a matter of urgency.

"Anyone who can help us with this investigation should contact police immediately."

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Image caption The boy was struck on West Granton Road near its junction with Royston Mains Street

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