A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of driving without due care and attention yesterday after crashing a Mini into a granite wall on the weekend.
Police said the green Mini Cooper had been driving down Queen's Road towards the Rouge Bouillon roundabout on Saturday around 19:50 before it skidded and struck a granite wall near the bottom of the hill.
Two men, who did not appear to be injured, were seen to get out of the car and leave the scene before the Police arrived.
Pictured: The Mini struck a wall at the bottom of Queen's Road, near the Rouge Bouillon roundabout.
A 30-year-old man was subsequently arrested on Monday lunchtime for failing to stop and report the accident, and on suspicion of driving without due care and attention.
He has since been released on Police bail.
Police, who are treating the incident as a 'hit and run', are now seeking more information about what happened and are appealing to anyone with CCTV or dashcam footage of the area of the crash, or the car or occupants.
Anyone who is able to assist is urged to call Police on 612612 or make an anonymous report via the Crimestoppers' website.
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