Crime & the Law

CCTV footage released by Met Police of motorcyclist colliding with pedestrian and then driving off

 

 

Police seek motorcyclist who did not stop after collision in Sutton. Image: Met Police

Police seek motorcyclist who did not stop after collision in Sutton. Image: Met Police

Police in Sutton have released CCTV footage of a road traffic collision between a pedestrian and motorcyclist where the motorcyclist gesticulated and drove off.

The Police are hoping to trace the motorcyclist after the man he collided with was injured at the Malden and London Road junction in Sutton.

Officers are also appealing to witnesses of the crash to get in contact, as they may be able to assist with the investigation.

The incident happened shortly before half past midnight on Saturday 28th February.
Detective Sergeant Dave Jarvis of Sutton Police said this was a truly heartless act:

It would have been obvious to the rider of the motorcycle that the pedestrian he had collided with was seriously injured. To act in the way he did, shouting at the unconscious man and driving off from the scene without attempting to seek medical help, was a truly heartless act.

The pedestrian was taken to a south London hospital for treatment, and has now been discharged.
Anyone who witnessed this incident or has any information is asked to contact the Sutton Police.
Nobody has been arrested, and the investigation is still ongoing.

Update Monday 9th March 2015

Police in Sutton arrested a 16-year-old male on Sunday, 8th March for three offences in connection with a collision involving a motorcycle and pedestrian at the junction of Malden Road and London Road, Sutton, Saturday, 28th February shortly before half past midnight.

The male was arrested for theft of vehicle, dangerous driving and failing to stop after an accident.

He was bailed to return in mid-May.

The police are still appealing for witnesses to the incident.

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