Sergeant Lee Froggatt, from Stechford Police station, is appealing for information after a teenager was injured following a hit-and-run in Small Heath.
The boy, aged 17, suffered a dislocated shoulder and a head wound after being struck by a Ford Fiesta on Wordsworth Road, near Small Heath Park, at around 7.25PM on Sunday 25th September.
The red Fiesta – registration number YC52 FOU – had earlier failed to stop for police officers in Charles Road.
Following the collision, two men fled the scene on foot along Waverley Road in the direction of Golden Hillock Road.
The teenager – who was carried several metres on the front of the Fiesta – has been receiving hospital treatment for his injuries.
Sergeant Froggatt, said: “Fortunately the pedestrian is well on the way to making a full recovery; however he could have sustained more serious injuries.
“I would appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information about the vehicle’s movements before the collision, to contact me.”
Please call WMP on 101 if you have ANY information.