A man in his 70s is in a critical condition in hospital after being hit by a car in south London.
Police are trying to identify the pensioner who was knocked down in Acre Lane, Carshalton, at around 4pm yesterday afternoon.
They say the driver stopped at the scene and has not been arrested.
The man is described as white, bald and he was wearing glasses.
He also wore a blue Racing Green sports jacket, a blue, black and white patterned jumper, a dark blue baseball cap, and Ecco walking shoes.
He was carrying an orange Sainsburys carrier bag.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police have asked anyone with information about the man or the incident itself should call them on 101, quoting reference CAD6256/1.
An investigation is underway after a mortuary fridge containing the bodies of five children broke down.
The unit at St Helier Hospital in Carshalton stopped working for 36 hours last Friday.
There are now fears the breakdown may affect future post mortems, making it hard to establish a cause of death.
Over the last few years, thieves have targeted war memorials in Enfield, Lewisham and Surrey.
Brass plaques were ripped off the war memorial in Carshalton last year, apparently taken for their scrap metal value.
They were eventually replaced thanks to a £20,000 donation from a scrap metal dealer, who had been outraged by the theft.
The garden of remembrance at Broomfield Park in Enfield was also attacked in 2009.
In total, 16 brass plaques - containing the names of 15,000 war dead - were wrenched off the walls of the monuments.