Can you help police find this hit-and-run driver?

PUBLISHED: 16:20 28 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28 28 March 2018

A dash cam caught footage of the collision in Hatfield. Picture: Albert Imeraj

A dash cam caught footage of the collision in Hatfield. Picture: Albert Imeraj

Albert Imeraj

A hit-and-run driver has been caught on dash cam crashing into an Audi in Hatfield, causing hundreds of pounds of damage.

The hit-and-run took place in snowy conditions on Briars Lane in Hatfield at about 12.40 am on Sunday, March 18.

Front and back dash cam footage shows the view from Albert Imeraj’s parked black Audi A6 as an unidentified car swerves round the corner and its rear wheels skid on the ice.

Despite the fact that the car’s rear collided with the front of Albert’s Audi, the driver continued on regardless.

Nobody was in the Audi, so thankfully there were no injuries.

Albert, 35, runs Pasta Cibo restaurant in Harpenden and was visiting his sick daughter on the night of the incident.

He has lived in St Albans for 18 years.

He said: “I really feel very upset that someone could hit your car and run.

“That driver could be very dangerous.”

Mechanics have told him that the repair costs to the damaged front bumper, headlight and side wing could exceed £2,000.

Albert said: “My insurance will cover the cost, but I’m sure you know how things work - when you claim from your insurance next year the premium will go up.”

A spokesperson for Herts Police said: “All lines of enquiry have been completed but any new information that comes to light will be acted on accordingly.

“Anyone with any information should contact Hertfordshire Constabulary on the non-emergency number 101, quoting RTC/41/QTCF/1932018.”

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