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Police hunt green Kawasaki hit-and-run motorcyclist

Hospital stitches pedestrian's head wounds

Photographs: Kawsaki & Thames Valley Police. Report: Paul Janik

Police are seeking a hit-and-run motorcyclist who injured a pedestrian crossing a road.

The incident happened on Sunday 15 May 2016 at circa 14:00 hours in Bath Road, Slough, near to the junction with Burnham Lane.

The male victim was taken to nearby Wexham Park Hospital where stitches were made to his head wounds. The man also suffered back injuries and muscular injuries.

Police described the motorbike as a black and green Polish registered Kawasaki Ninja. This description identifies the lime green 2015 model.

That model has two engines sizes 296cc and 1,043cc. Both have four-stroke liquid-cooled engines with 6 gears and are normally supplied with ABS braking.

The Polish numberplate is a white number plate, with black lettering and most likely the country code 'PL' displayed on the left side of the plate.

Police believe this man may be able to assist them with their enquiries.

If anyone recognises or sees the man please contact Thames Valley Police.

If you see a Polish registered green and black Kawasaki Ninja, then please make a note of its registration number, the place where you saw it and any other useful information, then telephone the police on 101, or on 01865-841 148 option 4, quoting police reference number 733 of 15 May 2016.

The accident investigator is Dan Phillips at the Roads Policing Unit, Taplow.