Cops in Waterford Township, Camden County, are asking for your help as they try to find a driver who hit a child on a bike Friday evening.

According to the Waterford Township Police Department, at about 5:30 PM Friday, a white male driving a blue Chevy Pickup truck struck a 10-year-old who was on a bike in the area of East Atlantic and Bellevue Avenues.

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Cops say, "the driver exited his vehicle to check the child and then drove away."

The driver is described as a white male, approximately 50-years-old, with a larger build (roughly 225 to 250 pounds). The driver also had tattoos on both arms and he was wearing a tank top and shorts. The suspect vehicle is a blue metallic Chevy Silverado 1500.

WPVI-TV reports police located the suspect's truck in a Mount Laurel parking lot early Saturday morning but it was unoccupied.

Anyone with any information is asked to call 911 or the Waterford Township Police Department at (856) 767-2134.

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