DUNDALK — Police are still searching for a vehicle which struck a man and his son, who were on a mobility scooter, last Monday.

Officers are on the lookout for a Dodge Journey, with damage to the passenger side bumper and light, that was involved in the crash on Dundalk Ave., near Williams Ave., just before 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 9.

Calling from the hospital, Adam Bishop said he didn’t remember much about the crash which he and his son, AJ, were involved in. The two were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after the crash.

Bishop said the two were headed to the Home Depot that day, driving the scooter in the bike lane, as it is difficult to maneuver the wheels over the sharp sidewalks of Dundalk.

Bishop said last Friday, as he was about to head into surgery, that he would likely be in a wheelchair for the next six months due to the crash. His 12-year-old son was “pretty banged up,” and will also have to be in a wheelchair for some time.

That means AJ won’t be able to play any sports in school this year, either, something he was looking forward to.

The crash also shut down Dundalk Ave. between its intersection with Liberty Parkway and Williams Ave. for some time last Monday.

Those with information on the crash can contact the Dundalk Precinct at 410-887-7320.