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Appeal After Cyclist & Car Collide

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11:11am 24th June 2014

Police ask for our help to track down a driver who didn't stop after a collision with a cyclist near Camborne.

Paramedics were called after the holidaymaker came off his bike at Tehidy on Saturday morning.

Officers are urging anyone who might have seen something on Mount Whistle Road to come forward.
Devon and Cornwall Police said: "At around 11.20am on Saturday 21 June a collision occurred on Mount Whistle Road, Tehidy, involving a pedal cyclist and a dark Ford Fiesta.
"The Fiesta, driven by a white woman with bleached-blonde hair, in her twenties, failed to stop.
"The male cyclist, from Sheffield and staying in the area on holiday, was helped by a woman nearby and an ambulance was called.
"Anyone who witnessed the incident, or has any information that could help officers trace the Ford Fiesta, is asked to call the Camborne Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting reference 380 of 21 June."
11:11am 24th June 2014

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