Hit and run traffic crash, Noosa Heads

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Police are looking for the driver of a vehicle that was involved in a hit and run traffic crash at Noosa Heads early Saturday morning.

Preliminary investigations suggest around 2am, a 16-year-old Tewantin boy was struck by what is believed to have been either a white, silver or grey Toyota Prado while he was crossing David Lowe Way between Cooyar Street and Bicentennial Drive.

The vehicle failed to stop at the scene and police located vehicle parts nearby.

The boy was taken to Sunshine Coast University Hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

The vehicle police are looking for is missing a Toyota badge from the front.

Police would like the driver to come forward to help crash investigators understand the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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