BRISBANE (CBS SF) — A bicyclist was critically injured in hit-and-run collision Saturday night, triggering a search by Brisbane police for a silver sedan and driver involved, authorities said.

Investigators said the collision took place at 6:13 p.m. at Lagoon Way and Tunnel Ave. Officers arriving at the scene discovered the injured cyclist, but the vehicle had fled the scene but not before its image was captured on a nearby surveillance camera.

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The bicyclist was transported to a local hospital. The condition of the victim was not released.

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Investigators said the vehicle was believed to be a silver 1998 Honda Accord or similar vehicle. Damage to the vehicle would most likely be to the front of the vehicle, hood area, and possibly windshield.

The suspect was described as a black male adult with a thin build, approximately 40 years of age, with a beard and a black hat.

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Anyone who has information regarding the incident should contact either Sgt. Guaydacan at 415-508-2174 or Officer Sevilla at 415-347-2029.