Motorcyclist struck – soccer mum on the run?

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POLICE are seeking witnesses to a collision which occurred yesterday (Saturday, July 26) on Flinders Way, Griffith.

Police-afp-cops-0021-175x175About 1.15pm, a motorcyclist was travelling southbound along Flinders Way, towards Mugga Way, when it was struck by a car exiting the soccer field car park at Canberra Boys Grammar School. The car did not stop and was last seen on Monaro Crescent, Red Hill.

The car is described as a gun-metal grey Hyundai iX35 SUV with an ACT registration. It is suspected the car will have sustained damage to the front left wheel area. A partial registration of the car has been provided to police.

The rider sustained minor injuries while the motorcycle has significant damage.

There is a statutory reporting requirement in the ACT, which means a collision must be reported by both parties within 24-hours.

Call 1800 333 000 or act.crimestoppers.com.au; information can be provided anonymously.

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