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Hit and run' death suspect named
Police have taken "an unusual step" and named a woman wanted in connection with a suspected hit and run collision which left an 11-year-old boy dead.
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Sam Riddall died after a car mounted the pavement and ploughed into him as he walked home from a church youth service in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, on Friday evening.
Standing at the spot in Eastfield Road, Inspector Rob Pearson, of Avon and Somerset Police, named the suspected driver, who was witnessed fleeing the scene, as 27-year-old Hannah Saaf, nee Jewell.
Standing at the scene, next to more than 50 floral tributes laid out for Sam, Mr Pearson said: "She is described as slim and around 5ft 9ins tall. Hannah is the registered keeper of the car - registration number X391NOK - and has not been seen since the day of the collision.
"Police need to speak to her as a matter of urgency and there are concerns for her welfare.
"She has previous connections to Bristol, Taunton, Glastonbury, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and London."
Mr Pearson appealed for anyone who saw Hannah or the vehicle on the day of the crash, or knows where she is now, to contact them immediately on 084... or via Crimestoppers on 0845 555 111.
Sam was walking with three other children and an adult man at around 9.15pm after leaving a youth club service at the nearby Henleaze and Westbury Community Church.
A white Ford Focus estate car was travelling along Eastfield Road towards the centre of the village when it careered off the road, mounted the pavement and hit the group.
Witnesses then saw the female driver exit the car and flee from the scene on foot towards Cote Lea Park. She was described as white, with long blonde hair and in her mid-30s.
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