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Investigation closed by police who could not trace wall smash driver

PUBLISHED: 08:56 16 November 2019 | UPDATED: 08:56 16 November 2019

Police released CCTV footage of the moment a car smashed into a garden wall in Almond Road, Gorleston Picture: Norfolk Police

Police released CCTV footage of the moment a car smashed into a garden wall in Almond Road, Gorleston Picture: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police

Police have been unable to trace the driver of a car which smashed into a garden wall.

A garden wall in Almond Road, Gorleston, has been destroyed by a fail-to-stop driver Picture: Liz CoatesA garden wall in Almond Road, Gorleston, has been destroyed by a fail-to-stop driver Picture: Liz Coates

Robert Trueman, 54, was in bed asleep with his wife Sue at their home in Almond Road, Gorleston, when they were woken by a noise and the sounds of an engine revving.

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Mr Trueman discovered his wall had been turned to rubble and his son's car, which was parked in the drive, was written-off in the crash.

A silver Vauxhall Astra had collided with a brick wall outside the property at approximately 1.40am on Saturday, September 21.

Police launched an investigation into the incident but have been unable to trace the driver.

A spokesman said: "The investigation has now been closed. Despite following a number of lines of enquiry and issuing appeals for information, officers have been unable to identify the car involved."

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