WATCH: BMW hits two young boys speeding through Belvedere

PUBLISHED: 11:50 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:03 13 October 2017

Footage was captured of the Belvedere hit and run in June

Footage was captured of the Belvedere hit and run in June


One of the boys suffered a fractured ankle

Shocking footage of a BMW hitting two boys and speeding away has been released by the police.

Officers have released the footage, which shows the Grey BMW Coupe travelling along Upper Abbey Road in Belvedere.

As two boys, aged 12 and six, are crossing the road, the vehicle, baring false plates reading N19 LEO, hits them, throwing them forward onto the pavement, but the driver fails to stop.

One of the boys suffered a fractured ankle from the crash, while the other suffered bruising and cuts.

The hit and run took place in the early evening on Friday, June 30.

A spokesperson from Bexley Police said: “Please note that other enquires have been carried out and are continuing to be carried out as well as releasing this video on social media.

“Any information please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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