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Police searching for cyclist following Guildford crash

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Police searching for cyclist following Guildford crash

Published at 2:13pm 5th August 2019.

Police are appealing for a cyclist involved in a collision with a car on the A25 yesterday evening (4 August) to contact them.

Officers say they are concerned for his welfare following the collision on the A25 Epsom Road in Guildford.

It happened at around 10.15pm between the Merrow Park & Ride and the A247.

The rider of the bicycle left the scene on foot and was heading towards Guildford.

Despite an extensive search of the area police were unable to locate them in order to check on their condition.

The rider is described as white, approximately in his 40s, 5ft10in tall and of a slim build.

The driver of the car was uninjured and no arrests have been made.

Investigating officer, PC Stephen O’Shea said: "It is important we speak to the cyclist as soon as possible, as they may require serious medical attention.

“I'd urge anyone who suspects that someone they know could be the cyclist - perhaps they have come home with unexplained injuries - to contact us as a matter of urgency.”

If you are the rider, or you know who is, you are being urged to make yourself known to Surrey Police.

Anyone with any information, including CCTV or dashcam footage around the time of the incident, should contact officers on 101 and quote the reference number PR/45190082080.

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