MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A cyclist injured in a hit-and-run in Dakota County on Tuesday will undergo a critical surgery on Friday, according to his Caring Bridge page.

Bryan Joas was struck on a rural Dakota County road while riding home from work.

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Joas is undergoing surgery to remove part of his rectum on Friday morning. His Caring Bridge page will offer updates.

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The Dakota County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the identification of the driver in this case.

Authorities initially requested information about a white pick-up truck, but now say that vehicle is not the one they are looking for.

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Anyone with information about the driver or vehicle involved in this incident is encouraged to contact Sergeant Dawanna Witt at 651-438-4736 or Detective Ryan Fitzgerald at 651-438-4729.