Police looking for hit and run driver

POLICE were yesterday trying to track down the driver of a vehicle that crashed into a fence at Bundamba.

Witnesses reported a grey EF Falcon crashing through bollards and into the fence of the waste water plant on River Rd, about 10.25am yesterday.

The vehicle left the scene before police arrived, though not before witnesses were able to get the registration number.

Topics:  bundamba hit and run

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