CCTV appeal after ten-year-old boy injured in hit-and-run
Police want to speak to the driver of a white car after the child was knocked down in Edinburgh.
Police have released a CCTV image of a car they want to trace after a ten-year-old boy was injured in a hit-and-run in Edinburgh.
The child was hit by the vehicle, thought to be a white BMW, on West Granton Road on Saturday, June 16.
He suffered a serious arm injury and was taken to hospital before later being released.
The incident took place near the junction with Royston Mains Street around 2pm.
Officers investigating the case say they wish to speak to the driver of the white car.
Constable Simon Rose said: "The young boy is thankfully making a good recovery since this incident and we are continuing with our inquiries.
"We would like to trace the car pictured and speak with the driver as a matter of urgency.
"Anyone who can help us with this investigation should contact police immediately."