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Police appeal for CCTV following Saltney collision which left a young boy seriously injured

Police have called on residents living near to where an alleged hit and run took place to review any CCTV footage they may have from around the time of the incident.

10 year Alfie Watts was hit by a car on Park Avenue in Saltney whilst he on his bike, he suffered critical injuries and is currently in Alder Hey hospital.

Officers from South Flintshire police are asking residents whose properties are close to where the collision took place on Park Avenue to review any CCTV footage from between 4pm and 5pm on Sunday.

A post on the South Flintshire Police teams Facebook Page states:

“Following the RTC on Park Avenue in #SALTNEY on Sunday 6th January, could anybody who’s property benefits from CCTV in the surrounding areas that possibly haven’t been spoken to please review.

Please contact 101 – reference 19100006408 if you can assist us with our enquiries.

Please review from 16:00 hours – 17:00 hours.”

Keenan Doyle, 23 and from Broughton was arrested in connection with the incident.

Doyle has been charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving, failing to stop after an accident, driving otherwise than in accordance with a license, driving without insurance and arson.

He appeared before Magistrates in Mold this week, he was bailed to appear at Mold Crown Court on February 8.

A 27-year-old woman who was also arrested has been charged with obstruct/resist a constable in the execution of duty, she has been bailed to appear before Mold Magistrates on February 18th

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