Police are on the hunt for a pick-up truck driver after two cyclists were injured in a hit-and-run.
However, police said the motorist may not have realised they struck the two men.
The incident happened in Ewes, Dumfriesshire, at around 11.25am on Saturday, June 19.
A group of eight cyclists were travelling southbound on the A7, Edinburgh to Carlisle road near Brier Hill, when two of the riders were hit by a silver Ford Ranger which was towing a trailer.
The men, aged 44 and 53, came off their bikes and were treated for their injures at the scene.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “The Ford Ranger did not stop and officers are appealing for anyone with any information to contact them.
“It’s possible the driver of the Ford Ranger has not realised they struck the cyclists, however, officers need to speak to the driver.”
Witnesses who have yet to speak to police are being urged to come forward, especially those who may have dashcam footage of the incident.
The force spokesperson added: “In particular, officers are keen to trace the driver of a white-coloured car travelling north on this road.”
If you have any information, call 101.