Owen Sound police are looking for a car they say hit a pedestrian then left the scene.
Police say it happened at about 6 Tuesday evening.
A 54 year old man was walking west bound on 9th Street East crossing 2nd Avenue when he was hit.
Police say the vehicle had been south bound on 2nd Avenue, made a turn onto 9th Street, briefly slowed then left the area.
The man was treated in hospital for minor injuries.
Police say the vehicle is described as a smaller black or dark coloured car with a loud muffler and tinted windows.
They say it's possible that the trunk may be a different colour than the rest of the vehicle.
A sticker in the window of a deer's head was seen, which police say may be the "Browning" logo.
The licence plate is similar to BRYV 220.
Police want to speak with the driver of the vehicle.
Anyone who may have witnessed or has any information regarding this accident or the vehicle is encouraged to contact Constable Schultz of the Owen Sound Police at (519) 376-1234 extension 155, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS) or submit a secure web-tip at www.cstip.ca.