Driver sought for failing to stop after St Albans collision

PUBLISHED: 17:20 24 January 2018

The Park Street roundabout in St Albans. Photo: Danny Loo.

The Park Street roundabout in St Albans. Photo: Danny Loo.

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A motorist is being sought by police because they failed to stop after colliding with another car in St Albans.

The driver of a silver or white Ford did not stop after an incident involving a silver Volkswagen Golf at the Park Street roundabout junction with Watling Street at 1.30pm on Monday, January 22.

Police are now appealing for information, and PC Simon Totten said: “We are working to identify the driver of the vehicle that failed to stop and I’m appealing for anyone who saw the collision or has information that could help us to locate the motorist to get in touch.”

Anyone with information can contact PC Totten by emailing simon.totten@herts.pnn.police.uk, by calling 101 and quoting ISR 443 of January 22, or by reporting it online at www.herts.police.uk/report

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