Dundee Police release image of wrecked motorbike as they search for its owner

Scottish police are aiming to track down the owner of a motorbike after it was abandoned following a crash with a car last night.

The scrambler-style electric bike, largely black with purple handlebars, was left behind by the rider after the collision at the junction of Moncur Crescent and Provost Road in the city’s Hilltown neighborhood.

Following the accident around 5 p.m. on Monday, November 22, the biker, dressed all in black, abandoned the bike.

They left the scene on foot in the direction of Isla Street to the east of the accident site.

The bike has since been recovered by officers, who released a photo of the vehicle in an attempt to identify its owner.

The accident occurred at the junction of Moncur Crescent and Provost Road

It has a sticker that says “GH # 1” and a damaged sticker that partially reads “AUTOS” on its frame.

Police are keen to find the rider amid concerns for his well-being.

Local Sergeant Karen Judge said: “Before the police arrived, the motorcyclist left the area and we are concerned for their welfare and condition.

“We ask that they contact us to confirm that they are not injured. The driver of the car was not injured.

“The motorcyclist left the area towards Isla Street and was dressed in black clothes.

“We posted pictures of the motorcycle in the hope that someone could recognize it, which might help us locate the rider.

“Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 citing 2545 on Monday 22 November. “

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