An appeal has been made after three teenage girls were struck by a car while crossing the road in Renfrewshire.
At around 4pm on November 26, three 16-year-old girls were crossing the road on Bridge Street at its junction with Napier Street in Linwood when they were struck by a vehicle.
The driver is believed to have initially stopped, however then proceeded to “drive off” from the scene.
The incident was not reported to the emergency services until the following day, and two of the girls attended hospital.
Police have established that the car was a white Volkswagen, but there is no further detail on the vehicle or the driver.
Constable Kirsty MacGregor said: “We are appealing to people who may have been in the area at the time to think back and consider if they saw this incident or if they remember seeing the car.
“There are several shops in this area and it would have been busy with people. I would also ask any motorists wish dash cam devices to check their footage as it could hold images which could assist the investigation.
“Any small piece of information could prove vital in helping us locate the driver of the car.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 2310 of November 27.