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25 September 2016, 08:04 | Updated: 25 September 2016, 08:15
Police in Stafford are trying to find a teenage cyclist who collided with a panda car.
It happened at approximately 8.15pm last night on Radford Bank, near to the pub and pedestrian crossing.
A black Panda vehicle was in collision with a male cyclist, who it is thought it about 14 and was wearing a dark-coloured bomber jacket.
The driver stopped but the cyclist left the scene, shouting he was 'ok'.
Officers want to make sure the boy, who was with another teenage male cyclist, is alright and does not require medical treatment.
The driver of the Panda was uninjured.
Witnesses to the collision are asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 783 of September 24.