Surrey Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing the people involved in a video where a cyclist was apparently intentionally and deliberately hit by a car in Epsom.
The video came to the attention of Surrey Police only recently but police believe the incident took place at some point during 2018 at the corner of Somerset Close and Hollymore lane on the Longmead Estate in Epsom.
In the video (below) footage shows a car deliberately knocking over a man who was riding his bike, before driving away at speed.
The passenger or driver in the car can be heard laughing as the male who they have just knocked off of his bike gets back to his feet.
The incident was filmed by a passengers in the front seat.
Surrey Police have confirmed that they did not receive any reports at the time of the incident.
Since Surrey police were made aware of the video a spokesperson confirmed that they have been carrying out enquiries in order to trace the victim, driver and the passenger
Surrey police have now asked for the public’s help in identifying them.
It is not known how the footage came to the attention of the police or the extent of the injuries which the male who was knocked off of his bike sustained.
If you are in this video, or if you believe you know who could be involved then call Surrey police on 101 quoting PR/ 45180134659.
Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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