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VIDEO: Penzance Hit And Run Driver Hunted

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6:02am 12th November 2014

New CCTV footage has been released of a hit and run in Penzance.

In it a man is thrown over the bonnet of a car - suffering cuts and bruises.

Police are trying to find people who saw what happened at the bottom of Market Jew Street in the early hours of Sunday 12th October.

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "The collision occurred at around 2.00am on Sunday 12th October at the junction of Market Jew Street and Albert Road, Penzance.
 
"During the incident a pedestrian was struck by a car causing him to go over the bonnet and fall to the floor.
 
"Following the collision the vehicle carried on and was driven left by the Longboat Public House.
 
"The casualty a local man received cuts and bruises, and received hospital treatment but fortunately was not seriously injured.

"The area was busy at the time with night time revellers and police would like to hear from anyone who either witnessed the collision or has any information as to the identity of the driver.

"Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting police reference 630 121014 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."

6:02am 12th November 2014

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