Police are appealing for witnesses after a three-year-old girl was hurt in a hit-and-run in Aberdeen.
The incident happened at about 12.30pm on the city-bound carriageway of Auchmill Road, near Chalmers Bakery, in Bucksburn.
The driver of the vehicle initially stopped, but then drove off.
Sergeant Steve Manson said: “The three-year-old girl was crossing the road within the area of the pedestrian crossing with her mother when she was struck by a city-bound vehicle. She was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for treatment for minor injuries.
“Following CCTV enquiries the vehicle has been identified as a five-door grey Suzuki Alto.
“The driver of the vehicle appears to have been aware of the collision and stopped a short distance away, before driving off, in the direction of the Haudagain roundabout.
“I would appeal for the driver to contact Police or for anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the vehicle prior to the collision to also contact Police on 101 quoting incident 1418 of 23/10.
“We are also looking for anyone who was on the A96 around or on Auchmill Road, Aberdeen, around the time of the collision and may have dashcam footage to also contact us.”