A woman was thrown onto a car bonnet in a ‘hit and run’.
The 44-year-old was carried on the metallic blue or purple Ford Focus for a short distance before being flung into a wall of a house.
She suffered injuries to her hip and arm.
The incident happened on Grapes Street in Macclesfield town centre at about 3pm on December 10.
The driver failed to stop and ‘sped off’ towards Lord Street.
Police searched the area and checked CCTV but were unable to trace the vehicle, believed to have an 08 or 09 number plate.
It is believed the driver was male and had brown hair.
The victim, who did not want to be named, appealed for the driver to ‘do the right thing’ and come forward.
She said: “The car came round the corner and I went over the bonnet and was thrown into a wall of a house. He didn’t stop but sped off.
“I have tissue damage on my hip and scratches on my arm which will scar. I am lucky it wasn’t far worse.”
Police are appealing for information. If you can help call 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting ref 574 on December 10.