Did you see driver in Queen's Park crash?

Picture by Dylan Cox

Picture by Dylan Cox

First published in News

Police are hunting a driver who allegedly drove a stolen Mercedes into a stationary car before running off.

The police helicoper was called to help track down the man after a grey Mercedes C320 was involved in a collision with a stationary red Nissan Micra in Queen's Park Drive West at around 3.30pm on Tuesday.

A 21-year-old man - believed to be a passenger - was arrested at the scene on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle.

Another suspect made off from the crash and the NPAS police helicopter assisted in a search of nearby Queen's Park, along with the police dog unit. The suspect is still at large.

The arrested man, from Bournemouth, was released on police bail pending further enquiries. Contact Dorset Police on 101 with information.

 

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7:31pm Wed 16 Jul 14

twynhamob says...

The police have the passenger, so just squeeze him 'til it hurts and he will give up the name of the driver, oh wait he's already out on bail !
The police have the passenger, so just squeeze him 'til it hurts and he will give up the name of the driver, oh wait he's already out on bail ! twynhamob
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8:21pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Townee says...

Wonder why all the noise yesterday afternoon disturbing my nap.
Wonder why all the noise yesterday afternoon disturbing my nap. Townee
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10:23pm Wed 16 Jul 14

fairlylocal says...

Just a correction to the article... the accident was on St George's Avenue, which runs between Queen's Park Avenue and Queen's Park West Drive.

I know, because I was there!
Just a correction to the article... the accident was on St George's Avenue, which runs between Queen's Park Avenue and Queen's Park West Drive. I know, because I was there! fairlylocal
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8:09am Thu 17 Jul 14

Stereotyped says...

twynhamob wrote:
The police have the passenger, so just squeeze him 'til it hurts and he will give up the name of the driver, oh wait he's already out on bail !
But that would be against his human rights... Pathetic really. Justice system is so flawed it is unreal. Yes, we have a man in custody who was involved and knows all the information, but we cannot force this out of him in case he gets a little bit upset or hurt in the process.

Give a ****, he's a criminal, human rights shouldn't apply.
[quote][p][bold]twynhamob[/bold] wrote: The police have the passenger, so just squeeze him 'til it hurts and he will give up the name of the driver, oh wait he's already out on bail ![/p][/quote]But that would be against his human rights... Pathetic really. Justice system is so flawed it is unreal. Yes, we have a man in custody who was involved and knows all the information, but we cannot force this out of him in case he gets a little bit upset or hurt in the process. Give a ****, he's a criminal, human rights shouldn't apply. Stereotyped
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