Police have arrested two people following an investigation into a hit-and-run incident in Sheldon, which left a man needing part of his leg to be amputated.
26-year-old Chris Hood suffered serious injuries whilst crossing Brays Road in Sheldon at around 10pm on Monday 18 September, where he was hit by a car that failed to stop at the scene.
Mr Hood has been forced to have part of his leg amputated, and he remains in a critical condition in hospital.
On Saturday 30 September, officers executed two search warrants and arrested two people.
A 38-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and on suspicion of perverting the court of justice and a 35-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of perverting the court of justice.
Both have been released pending further investigation.
Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes from the Collision Investigation Unit said: