HARRISON TOWNSHIP (WWJ) – The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a driver who struck a teen on a bike and just kept going.

Sheriff’s officials say the 15-year-old Clinton Township girl was trying to cross westbound Metropolitan Parkway (16 Mile Road) shortly before 8 a.m. on Thursday when she was hit by a car, just west of  Crocker Blvd. in Harrison Township.

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The driver of that car — described as a dark-colored sedan, possibly a Chevy Malibu — did not stop at the scene, continuing westbound under the I-94 overpass. The car will likely have some front-end damage.

As seen on video from a pole-mounted traffic camera that partially captured the incident, a good Samaritan got out of her car to help the victim.

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The injured teen was treated by EMS at the scene and then taken to a local hospital for further care. Sheriff’s officials say she’s since been released and is recuperating at home.

Authorities are now hoping a tip from the public will help them solve this case.

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Anyone who may be able to identify the driver or who has any information that could help detectives is asked to call the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office at 586-307-9412.