For Immediate release:

Hamilton Police thanking the public after man turns himself in  

The man shown in the video on his own accord attended the Hamilton Police Service on Wednesday February 15, 2017 to face the consequences after leaving the scene of the collision.

The 32 year old man from Hamilton Ontario has been charged with Failing to Remain at the Scene of an Accident, Careless Driving and Driving with a suspended licence. 

Police are not authorized to publish the man's name as his matters are not yet before the courts.

A court date has been scheduled for March 27, 2017 at the John Sopinka Court House in Hamilton. 

Hamilton Police Media Relations Constable Steve Welton wants to thank the public, specifically those using social media, for their engagement online in order to assist in furthering the investigation. 

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Hamilton Police Service Collision Investigation - Wellington Street N at Cannon Street E

Hamilton Police continues to investigate a collision that occurred between multiple vehicles on Monday February 13, 2017 just shortly after 3:00pm. Fortunately no one was seriously injured in the crash. After the crash the male driver of the UHaul vehicle shown in the left the scene of the crash. He was seen gathering items inside the truck and then walking away which was #caughtoncamera. Police are releasing the video of the crash and are appealing to the public for information that could assist them with their investigation. Anyone with information about the man shown in the video or his current where abouts is asked to contact Police. Anyone with information can also choose to remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers #Hamilton at 1-800-222-8477 or submitting tips and information online at http://crimestoppershamilton.com.

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Constable Steve Welton 

Hamilton Police Service Media Relations Officer