VENICE ( — Police have arrested a man suspected of crashing into three bicyclists in a multiple hit-and-run incident in Venice Saturday.

Los Angeles Police Department officers were dispatched around 10:30 a.m. to the area of 24th Street and Speedway.

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Investigators determined the driver of a red Honda CR-V struck a bicyclist on the corner of Washington Boulevard and Speedway and fled the scene.

Police say the driver continued down Speedway, hitting a second victim at 27th Street and a third at 25th.

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Witnesses said the driver never slowed down and never stopped, even passing through the area a second time.

Paramedics transported two of the bicyclists to a hospital with substantial but non-life-threatening injuries.

Witnesses were able to provide police with the license plate number of the suspect vehicle, which subsequently led to an arrest.

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Investigators say the suspect did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and was aware he hit people when they knocked on his door.