Police have released footage showing the moment a father of three was struck by a car which then failed to stop in Birmingham, as the hunt continues for the driver.
Emergency services were called to Piers Road just after 10.20pm on the 19th of October and found the man, aged 65, with serious head injuries lying in the road.
Seconds earlier, he had left a shop after attending prayers at a temple on the Soho Road in Handsworth.
In the CCTV released with the permission of the man's family, the vehicle can be seen turning into Piers Road as the victim crosses.
He is then struck at a relatively slow speed, but is knocked to the ground. He is motionless on the ground as the vehicle turns around and drives away.
The victim was taken to hospital, where he remains in a critical condition.
Officers investigating believe the vehicle is a dark Renault Grand Scenic. They say that minutes before the crash the car turned onto Soho Road from Ivy Road and then right into Piers Road, where it struck the victim before turning around and driving back up the Soho Road towards West Bromwich.
West Midland Police's Sergeant Alan Wood, from the collision investigation unit, said: