VIDEO: Police increase search for Volvo XC90 which killed Ringwood teenager Jade Clark on A31
Police are closing in on the driver of a Volvo involved in a collision on the A31 which killed Ringwood teenager Jade Clark.
The 16-year-old was struck by a Volvo XC90 near the Ashley Heath Roundabout at around 8:30pm on Sunday February 24.
Dorset Police have visited over 300 registered keepers of XC90s in six counties and will continue to visit owners.
DI Marcus Hester of Dorset Police's Major Crime Investigation Team said: "If you own or use such a Volvo XC90 we will be coming to visit you.
"I'm directly appealing for the person who failed to stop to come forward and help me with the investigation into the tragic death of 16-year-old Jade Clarke.
"I am appealing to the public to help search their conscience - someone clearly knows where this Volvo is. I believe the vehicle would have suffered front-end damage during the collision.
"Do you work in a body repair shop and have you been approached to repair this vehicle? Or maybe you work in a vehicle spares or car breaker yard and have received an enquiry for parts to repair a damaged XC90? If so please come forward - that one phone call could be the breakthrough we need."
Churchill Retirement Living based in Hampshire is offering a £4,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and charge of an offender, while Crimestoppers are offering an additional £1,000 by calling 0800 555 111.
Take a look below at a press conference held by Jade Clark's family last week.