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Police search for hit-and-run driver in Aldergrove

Car struck an Alberta man walking down the road Saturday, May 20
(Langley RCMP Twitter)

Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect vehicle involved in a, Aldergrove hit and run that sent a pedestrian to hospital.

At approximately 10:50 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, the local RCMP received reports of pedestrian being struck by a vehicle.

“Frontline officers responded to the 4600-block of 272nd Street and located a 28-year-old Alberta man with significant but non-life threatening leg injuries,” said RCMP Cpl. Craig van Herk.

Investigation has determined the injured man had been walking along the east side of 272nd Street when a vehicle travelling northbound struck him from behind knocking him into a nearby parked car. The vehicle did not stop and continued north on 272nd Street. The pedestrian was taken to hospital by ambulance.

“The suspect vehicle is best described as a light coloured silver or gray car,” van Herk said. “The vehicle will have noticeable damage to the front passenger side.”

Police are asking anyone who may have observed the collision or who has surveillance or dash cam video from the area to contact the Langley RCMP on the non-emergency number of 604-532-3200.

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