No arrests in 'completed' Christmas hit-and-run investigation in New Malden

Natalie Wright, pictured with her fiance Simon Heathorn, was knocked off her bike on Christmas Day

Natalie Wright, pictured with her fiance Simon Heathorn, was knocked off her bike on Christmas Day

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A Christmas day 'hit and run' investigation has been completed, according to police.

Investment banker Natalie Wright, of Tudor Drive in Kingston, was knocked off her motor scooter along Kingston Road on December 25 last year.

The 36-year-old had been on her way home to make Christmas dinner and spend the day with her fiancé before she was nearly run over.

Miss Wright suffered severe internal bruising and lacerations to her knee and spent the festive period getting stitches and hobbling on crutches.

Police have tracked down a person believed to have been involved in the incident but no arrests have been made.

A Kingston police spokesman said: "The investigation into the collision is now complete and the traffic section has spoken to all relevant parties.

"The report is being reviewed and awaits a decision on what further action will be taken in regards to this incident."

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