UPDATE 11:16 a.m.:
New developments have emerged in Bellaire in the case of a child on a bicycle who was reportedly hit by a car.
New details show that the child may have been the one to hit the car.
Two men have come forward to Bellaire Police, saying they had just gone through the drive-through ATM at Belmont Savings Bank. The men reported that as they pulled out, a boy on a bicycle was apparently unable to stop, and ran into their car on the passenger side door.
The men say they asked the boy if he was hurt, where he replied that he was fine, and took off.
According to police, someone called 911 six minutes after the incident, claiming the boy was hit by a car.
Police say the bicycle was nowhere to be found.
The investigation is ongoing.
UPDATE 4:01 P.M.:
New details have become available after a boy was reportedly hit by a car in Bellaire while riding his bike and taken to the hospital for treatment.
According to officials, it is now unclear if the boy was actually injured.
Police say they are reviewing surveillance video, but that it is unclear and not conclusive.
The accident reportedly happened around 10 p.m. Sunday near Belmont Savings Bank.
Officials say a gold car driven by a black male may have been involved.
Bellaire Police Chief Mike Kovalyk says they have received no information about the boy's condition, and have not been able to find the bicycle he was reportedly riding.
Bellaire Police were on the scene of a child reportedly hit by a car.
Officials said the 10-year-old was reportedly hit late Sunday night at the Belmont Savings Bank.
Not much information is being released at this time, but the child was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The crash is still under investigation.
7News is working to get information on this story, and will bring updates as they become available.