Technically this is a hit and run. However, it sounds like there was little or no damage and you did make a reasonable effort (albeit after the fact) to leave your contact information in case someone were to go into the store and seek information. Although this is a reasonable attempt to leave your contact information, as you stated, you should have left a note on the car you hit as soon as you realized there might be damage. I would not report this to the police, but if the driver does report it to the police before he is able to contact you, and the police investigate (which is unlikely given the nature of the incident) you could certainly be charged. If charged and you made good on the damage, there is a good chance any charged could get dismissed. This is a long answer for a short question, but I would wait and see what happens.
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