Police: Man hit child on bike, drove him to Dr. office, left

Authorities are looking for this man, who they said hit a child on a bicycle with a black truck similar to the one pictured. (Photos: Crime Stoppers)

Authorities are looking for this man, who they said hit a child on a bicycle with a black truck similar to the one pictured. (Photos: Crime Stoppers)

LITTLETON, Colo. — Police are looking for a man who hit a child on a bicycle, then drove the boy to a doctor’s office and then left.

The incident happened Tuesday around 4:45 p.m. in the parking lot of a King Soopers on E. Arapahoe Road and S. Holly Street in Littleton.

Anthony Haring was riding his bike in the parking lot when he was hit by a black 1970s model Chevrolet step-side pickup truck, police said.

The driver picked Anthony up and drove him to a Kaiser Permanente doctor’s office across the street.

Anthony Haring in the hospital after being hit by a truck. (Photo: Anthony's father)

Anthony Haring in the hospital after being hit by a truck. (Photo: Anthony’s father)

“The driver then took the juvenile inside of the lobby and left the scene,” police said in a Crime Stoppers bulletin.

The man is described as Hispanic in his mid 30s. He has short dark, spiky hair, is about 5 feet 5 inches tall and has a thin build. He was wearing brown shorts and a blue jacket.