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Police search for owner of car after woman hit while walking on sidewalk in Surrey

Police are looking for the owner of a black BMW sedan after they say it drove up onto a sidewalk and hit a woman in Newton on Feb. 13.

Surrey RCMP say it happened at about 11:30 a.m., on 68th Avenue near King George Boulevard. They say a woman was walking on the sidewalk when she was hit from behind by a vehicle that had driven onto the sidewalk.

The car took off, RCMP say, and was last seen travelling southbound on King George Boulevard. Police say the woman suffered non-life threatening injuries, was given aid from bystanders, and then taken to hospital by ambulance.

Police ask anyone with information to call Surrey RCMP at 604 599 0502.



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