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Three arrested after hit and run at McDonalds in Harlow

Crime / Wed 15th Sep 2021 pm30 02:23pm

A MAN and two teenagers have been arrested in connection with a collision in Harlow.

An Audi was reported to have been seen driving at speed in the drive-thru outside McDonald’s in Edinburgh Way, just before 11.30pm on Saturday 28 August.

It is believed a man from another car got out to speak to the occupants of the Audi. The car then hit the man before leaving the scene.

He was taken to hospital with multiple injuries, which were thankfully not life threatening or life changing.

Three people, all from Harlow, have now been arrested in connection with the offence.

A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of GBH, dangerous driving and driving without a licence or insurance.

He has been released on bail until 22 September.

A 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy were both arrested on suspicion of GBH. The 17-year-old boy has been released on bail until 4 October. The 16-year-old boy has been released under investigation.

Anyone who saw what happened or has any information about the incident, and has yet to speak to police, is asked to contact us quoting reference 42/182309/21.

You can submit a report online at https://www.essex.police.uk or use the ‘Live Chat’ button to speak to an online operator between 7am-11pm.

Alternatively, you can call 101.

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2 Comments for Three arrested after hit and run at McDonalds in Harlow:

Rob
2021-09-16 00:04:14

Did they get banned from driving or are they allowed to drive again? Seriously sort it out…

Stan
2021-09-16 05:44:56

Rob you can read, right? I mean - the driver wasn’t even permitted to drive to begin with. He had no license... so, what good is a ban on driving going to do? He didn’t give a rats about the law then and he won’t in the future. Bring back proper punishment. This wasn’t GBH, they ran him over - that’s an attempted vehicular murder...

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