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Peterborough police seek suspect after pedestrian struck in mall parking lot

Peterborough Police Service are looking to identify and speak with this man as part of an investigation into a pedestrian struck.
Peterborough Police Service are looking to identify and speak with this man as part of an investigation into a pedestrian struck. Peterborough Police Service

The Peterborough Police Service is seeking information after a pedestrian was struck in a mall parking lot last month.

Police say around 12:50 p.m. on April 9, a male pedestrian was walking in a Lansdowne Street mall parking lot when he was struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian sustained minor injuries as a result.

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Police have been investigating and are looking to identify and speak with a man. A photo was released on Friday morning.

The man is described as Caucasian, elderly and bald. Police said he was wearing a beige jacket, blue jeans and black shoes.

He was driving a maroon car.

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Peterborough police believe the suspect was driving a maroon car.
Peterborough police believe the suspect was driving a maroon car. Peterborough Police Service

Anyone with information is asked to call the Traffic Services Unit at 705-876-1122 ext. 289.

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