Traverse City Bicyclist Admits To Hitting Car, Police Still Searching for Driver

New details on a crash between a bicycle and a car in Traverse City.

Police say during an interview with the cyclist, he admitted he struck the vehicle.

The crash happened just before 10 Tuesday night at Railroad Avenue and State Street in Traverse City.

Police say Fredrick Weber was crossing the street in the north ally of State Street when he hit a car.

Weber also told police the vehicle that he hit is black, not light in color like he originally reported. 

They also say Weber had been drinking.

Police say Weber was conscious and walking around after the crash and was taken to Munson Medical Center for treatment.

The driver of the car did not stop after being hit by Weber. Police have not been able to identify the driver or locate the vehicle.

Police say they are looking for an older approximately a 1986 black Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder convertible.

It is unclear what charges, if any, Weber and the driver may face.

If you have seen this car or have any information on the accident you are asked to call Traverse City Police at (231) 922-4550 or Silent Observer at (231) 947-8477.