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7 December at 14:41 ·

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PLEASE help us find the person who killed aunty Surinder Kaur.

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Police have today named a woman who died in a hit-and-run on Soho Road, Handsworth as Surinder Kaur.

The 61-year-old local woman was crossing the Soho Road outside the Guru Nanak temple at around 5.30pm on Friday 4 December when she was struck by the car which was travelling in the direction of Birmingham.

The driver of the vehicle did initially stop at the scene but then drove away.

Sergeant Paul Hughes from West Midlands Polices Collision Investigation Unit, said The vehicle involved is believed to be a Vauxhall Astra VXR Artic Edition, which is a limited edition model. It has a very distinctive black roof and wing mirrors and I have chosen to release photographs of the model and the actual vehicle in a hope that these will prompt someones memory. The vehicle involved will have damage to the front nearside bumper

I would appeal to anyone who saw the vehicle on that day or has seen one since that day with similar damage to contact either myself or my team

In addition I would appeal direct to the driver of that vehicle to come forward. I know you stopped outside the temple and I know you got out of the vehicle and walked back towards the scene before driving away. Please do the right thing and get in touch with either myself or my team.

Anyone with information should contact the Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Our condolences to the family and friends of aunty ji.

Let's hope the culprit is found quickly.



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