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Hythe 'hit and run' investigation launched by police after cyclist injured

By Matt Leclere

A cyclist was injured in an alleged hit and run in Hythe.

It is reported the crash happened when the vehicle turned into Stade Street from the A259.

The cyclist suffered minor leg injuries in the incident, but the car drove on.

The incident happened as the vehicle turned into Stade Street, Hythe. Picture Google.

The incident happened as the vehicle turned into Stade Street, Hythe. Picture: Google.

Officers are now appealing for witnesses to the incident, which reportedly happened at 11.50am on Sunday, September 24.

The information has today been released by police, but no details about the make and model of the car have been reported.

A spokesman confirmed the vehicle was blue.

A 44-year-old man was injured but did not require hospital treatment.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call the appeal line on 01843 222289 and leaving a message for PC Simon Jones. Alternatively call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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