Police have traced a driver following a road accident in Perth which left a teenage girl in hospital.
The 14-year-old is said to have been struck by a grey vehicle as she was crossing Crieff Road, near the entrance to McDiarmid Park, at about 11.50am on Monday.
She was rushed to the A&E department of Perth Royal Infirmary (PRI) and treated for a whiplash injury and bruises.
The accident sparked a police search for the driver, with Debbie Stuart, the mother of the girl, appealing for the person responsible to come forward.
On Thursday morning, Tayside Police Division posted: “We can advise that in relation to the road traffic collision on Crieff Road, Perth on Monday, August 6 involving a grey car and a 14-year-old girl, the driver of the car involved has now been traced, and relevant inquiries are continuing.
“Thanks to everyone who shared our appeal and to witnesses who came forward, your help is very much appreciated.”
Mrs Stuart said: “The medical staff found Libby had suffered a whiplash injury and some bruising”.