A man was arrested today following an alleged hit-and-run crash on an Aberdeen street.
Police were called to Glenbervie Road in Torry at 8.40am after reports a vehicle had hit two parked cars.
The crash involved a red Volkswagen Golf, a black Peugeot and another Volkswagen Golf.
Police said they were hunting for the driver of the car and soon focused their attention on a nearby property.
Several officers were then seen entering a tenement building and a man was subsequently led away to a waiting police van.
Police said the man, 29, is accused of failing a roadside breath test.
A recovery vehicle was on scene at 10am to remove the vehicles.
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Neighbours described the morning’s drama.
A man, who did not want to be named, said: “I was sitting watching telly and I just heard this almighty bang.
“I’ve been here 19 years and this is the first incident like this I’ve seen.
“At first I thought it was a gust of wind blowing the bins over.
“When I looked out and saw this lot I though ‘for crying out loud’.”
Another eyewitness, who did not want to be named, saw a man running along the street in the moments after the crash. He said: “It’s quite unusual in a quiet road like this.
“As long as nobody’s hurt, that’s the main thing.
“I’ve spoken to the police. They asked me for a description of him and asked where he went.”