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Car involved in hit-and-run in Kensal Green is found in Kilburn

PUBLISHED: 10:53 02 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:58 02 July 2013

This car was found abandoned in Malvern Place, Kilburn

This car was found abandoned in Malvern Place, Kilburn

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Cyclist, 23, suffered injuries to his head and arms following collision in Harrow Road

Detectives investigating a hit-and-run in Kensal Green which left a cyclist seriously injured have found the car believed to have been involved in the crash.

A 23-year-old man suffered injuries to his head and arms following the ‘fail to stop’ collision outside Queen’s Park Library in Harrow Road, on Sunday at around 1.15pm.

He was taken to hospital where his injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

Yesterday morning a silver coloured Hyundai i30 registration number EO62 ZNT was found abandoned outside Carlton Vale infants’ school in Malvern Place, Kilburn.

The vehicle had extensive windscreen damage and had dents on its roof.

The car, which had been hired, was stole from Portgate Close in Kilburn, after 11pm on Saturday night.

The theft was reported to police on Monday morning

Detective Inspector Jacquie Darg from Hampton Traffic Garage is appealing for anyone witnesses to come forward, she said: “We are very keen to hear from anyone who has seen this car between 11pm on Saturday night, 29th June and about 7am on Monday morning, 1 July.

“We would ask anyone who has seen this car driving around or parked anywhere between those times to contact us. After the collision it would have been very apparent that the windscreen had been extensively damaged.

“We are also still keen to hear from any witnesses to the collision that haven’t yet spoken to police.”

Anyone with information can call the Traffic Garage’s witness line on 020 8941 9011 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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