Police issue renewed appeal for information after Corby hit-and-run

Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.
Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.
0
Have your say

Police have issued a new appeal for information after a hit-and-run in Corby.

Rose Coupland, 55, was hit when she was getting out of a parked car in Willow Brook Road just after 10pm on Saturday, May 27.

Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.

Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.

A dark coloured vehicle turned into Willow Brook Road from Rockingham Road and collided with the near offside door of the parked car.

Police are asking for people witnesses or anyone with information to contact them on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111, quoting incident number 628.

Yesterday we covered an appeal for witnesses by Rose’s daughter Terri.

She said: “I’m very angry and upset that someone could do this.

Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.

Rose suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruises.

“They could have killed her.

“In fact they had no idea of the damage they had caused and for all they know they could have killed her.”