Police appeal for information after hit and run incident involving a cyclist in Aberdeen

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Police in Aberdeen are appealing for witnesses after a car failed to stop after hitting a cyclist in the city centre last night.

The incident happened around 6.30pm at the junction of Carmelite Street and Guild Street.

A 20-year-old male cyclist was hit by the passing car but was uninjured as a result.

A screenshot of the junction at of Carmelite Street and Guild Street.

The car, thought to be a Volkswagen Golf or Scirrocco, did not stop at the scene.

Constable Callum Kerr from the City Centre Policing Team, said, “The driver of a white car, possibly a VW Golf or Scirrocco, may have vital information which can assist our inquiry.

“I would urge them, or anyone else who may have witnessed the collision or stopped at the scene but has not yet passed their details to officers, to contact Police Scotland on 101 using reference number 3329 of 20 February.”