Cardiff hit and run: CCTV appeal for information

South Wales Police is continuing to investigate a collision which happened on Sloper Road, Cardiff.
CCTV shows a speeding car mount the pavement, collide with a little girl, and drive off.
Amazingly the little girl received only minor injuries, but the incident was understandably very frightening for her and her family.
Officers are appealing for the driver or anyone with information to please contact South Wales Police.
It happened at around 5.50pm on Sunday, March 24, during the school Easter holidays.
The suspect vehicle, a grey BMW, overtook a vehicle waiting at the junction of Langham Way and Sloper Road.
It then mounted the pavement on Sloper Road and hit the five-year-old girl who was on her scooter on the way back from the park with her mum and brother.
If you have any information or footage which might help identify this car and its driver, please contact us by one of the following means quoting occurrence number 2400097157.

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