Police want to speak to owner of Audi left on its roof by Stoke-on-Trent road

Police are trying to trace the owner of a car left on its roof by a city road. And officers have said two men had been seen getting out of the Audi and getting in another vehicle following the collision.

StokeonTrentLive had previously reported how emergency services had been called out to Biddulph Road - between Fegg Hayes and Brindley Ford - at around 9pm on May 14. Now Staffordshire Police has confirmed the car isn't believed to have been stolen - but cops are still trying to find the owner.

Following the incident the force revealed how nobody was at the scene when officers arrived. A spokesman had said: "We went to Biddulph Road following reports of a single-vehicle collision. When we got to the scene, we found a white Audi on its roof.

"Two Asian men, wearing dark clothing, were seen getting out of the Audi and then getting into a white Vauxhall Astra. We think the Astra headed in the direction of Biddulph.

"Officers are reviewing CCTV of the area at the time of the collision. Anyone who was in the area at the time and has information which could help with our enquiries is asked to get in touch."

Photographs of the scene have since been shared with StokeonTrentLive showing the car on its roof near the road. A spokeswoman for the force says the investigation is ongoing. She said: "The owners are still being traced but the car isn’t believed to have been stolen."

Witnesses should call the police on 101, and quote incident number 705 of May 14, or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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