Appeal to hit-and-run driver over crash which hurt boy

Officers investigating a hit-and-run crash in Norwich which left a boy with serious head injuries have appealed to the driver to give himself up.

A Peugeot 206 crashed into the 14-year-old, his sister, 12, and father at a bus stop in Costessey on Saturday.

The boy is in a stable condition in hospital while his father and sister sustained minor injuries.

Sgt Geoff Bowers said: "I would like to make a direct appeal to the driver to come forward and do the right thing."

Car recovered

He added: "This was a nasty collision which has left a 14-year-old boy in hospital with serious injuries.

"I would appeal to anyone who may have seen the vehicle prior to the incident or immediately after to contact police as they could hold vital information."

The incident happened at about 1750 GMT in Norwich Road, close to the Cherry Tree pub.

The black Peugeot was recovered a short while after the incident on Darrell Road on the nearby Larkman estate and has the registration X707 HPP, police said.

Inquiries to trace the driver of the Peugeot, which was not registered, continue, a Norfolk Police spokesman added.

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