Police in Concord, New Hampshire, are searching for a female suspect wanted in connection to a hit-and-run incident involving a teenage bike rider.
On Jan. 14, police responded to Warrant Street just after 9 a.m. Upon arriving at the scene, police met with the victim, a 16-year-old boy. The victim said he was riding his bike to school when a vehicle struck him in the intersection at North Spring Street.
A red, four-door Chevrolet approached the intersection as the victim prepared to cross the road. The victim told police that he "waived the car through" prior to crossing. The woman then reportedly waived the victim through.
As the victim proceeded through the intersection, the car simultaneously drove forward, striking the bike. The victim was thrown off his bike as the car's front bumper contacted the rear wheel of the bike.
The suspect is described as a female, approximately 30 years old, with short dirty-blonde hair and glasses.
The victim was transported to Concord Hospital. He was treated for a broken clavicle and released.
Anyone who has any information relative to the crime is asked to contact Concord police at 603-226-3100.