Police appeal for information to identify motorcyclist who collided with man in his 90’s

Dyfed-Powys police is asking for information to trace an off-road motorbike rider who collided with a man in his 90s on High Street, Llanelli, this evening.

A spokesperson said: “We believe the rider drove the wrong way up the street, and hit a man near the junction with Queen Victoria Road at just before 5pm.

“The casualty has been taken to hospital with multiple fractures to his body and face, and is currently in a stable condition.
Despite coming off the bike himself, the rider left the scene and we are now trying to identify him. We don’t currently have a detailed description, but he is believed to have short brown hair and was wearing dark clothing, a lime green helmet and carrying a grey rucksack. The bike is described as black, and is an off-road style vehicle, which left in the direction of the town centre.”

If you have any information that might help us to find him, or if you are the person involved, please get in touch:
Online: https://orlo.uk/BqKCH

Email: 101@dyfed-powys.police.uk
Call: 101
Ref: DP-20230106-238

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