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Police hunt driver of Hyundai from 'deliberate' South Norwood hit-and-run which left clubber with fractured skull

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POLICE are still looking for the driver of a car which they believe deliberately hit a clubber in South Norwood last Sunday (August 31).

A man, 31, was left with potentially life-changing injuries including a fractured skull after he was hit in Whitehorse Lane after leaving Crystals nightclub.

Detectives believe the car was a light-coloured Hyundai Amica car with a registration number of W431 BHK.

The victim and his friends were walking along the road when a car is said to have driven at speed behind them, mounted the pavement and struck the victim before driving off in the direction of South Norwood Hill.

Police have not been able to establish or contact the registered keeper of the vehicle and are asking for the public's assistance to trace the vehicle.

The car has links to Eltham, Anerley and Enfield and detectives are keen to hear from anyone who has seen the vehicle, knows where it is or who owns it.

Detective Constable Lorna Sillet, from Croydon CID, who is investigating the incident, said: "The victim was left with very serious injuries and sustained a fractured skull as a result of this incident.

"We're determined to identify and find those responsible and we're asking the public for their help in locating this vehicle.

"Please get in touch if you've seen it in the past few days, or if you know where it is. We'd also ask any garages in the London and south-east area to contact us if they've carried out, or had requests for repair work on a vehicle matching this description since Sunday."

Police hunt driver of Hyundai from 'deliberate' South Norwood hit-and-run which left clubber with fractured skull


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