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Police are appealing for dashcam or doorbell footage after a dog walker was knocked over by a motorbike as he walked on Cranmore Road in Middlesbrough early this morning (Friday 15th December).
At around 3:45am the 33-year-old man was crossing Cranmore Road as he walked his dogs, when a motorbike travelling from the direction of Ormesby Road collided with him.
He was left with a broken arm. The dogs were unhurt.
The males on the bike, came off during the incident but got back on the bike and made off.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or who may have dashcam or ring doorbell footage is asked to call 101.
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