Can you help trace a driver who fled the scene of a collision on the A3 near Cobham?

templateheaderimage11072012134248Surrey Police is appealing for information from members of the public to locate a driver who fled from the scene of a collision on the A3 near Cobham following a pursuit earlier this evening (12.12.13).

At around 4.45pm today (Thursday, 12 December) a grey coloured Audi vehicle travelling on A245 Portsmouth Road in Cobham failed to stop for police.

The Audi made off from officers at speed and collided with a number of other vehicles travelling on Portsmouth Road.

There were no reports of any injuries and most of the vehicles sustained only minor damage during the collisions.

The Audi then drove on to the northbound carriageway of the A3, driving towards the Painshill junction, before colliding with another vehicle on the motorway.

The driver of the Audi then made off from the scene of the collision on foot and has yet to be located.

Officers believe the driver of the Audi may have sustained injuries during the collision and are keen to find him as soon as possible to establish his welfare.

The Audi driver is described as a white man, around 50-years-old, between 5ft 10ins and 6ft tall, medium build, scruffy blonde hair and was wearing three quarter length trousers, trainers and a blue jumper.

Surrey Police officers are currently carrying out a thorough and extensive search of surrounding woodland, including Painshill Park and Ockham Common, as part of on-going efforts to trace the Audi driver.

Anyone who witnessed the collisions or with any details on the whereabouts of the Audi driver should call Surrey Police on 101 as a matter of urgency, quoting reference P13378025.


About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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