LEBANON, Pa. — Police are searching for an SUV involved in a hit-and-run that injured several cyclists in Pennsylvania.

Investigators say the cyclists were traveling on a road in Lebanon County Saturday morning when the vehicle appeared to intentionally swerve toward them twice.

Two of the riders were thrown from their bikes, and WHP-TV reports a 67-year-old man has been hospitalized.

Police describe the vehicle as a tan or brown SUV, with possible scrapes on the front fender and passenger side door.

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