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TPD asking for public's help locating vehicle involved in hit & run

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Tucson Police are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run late Saturday night. 

According to TPD late in the evening on December 14 they responded to the report of a hit and run with a pedestrian and a vehicle near Broadway Blvd. and Beverly Ave.   A man was found with serious injuries by TPD officers and transported to a local hospital for treatment.  His status is not known at this time, according to TPD officials.

The vehicle that allegedly struck the man fled the scene, according to TPD reports.  A witness stated the man was in the median on Broadway when he was struck by a vehicle heading westbound; the vehicle continued westbound after the collision.

The suspect vehicle is described as an older model tan or maroon colored sedan; according to investigators the vehicle may be metallic rust or burnt orange in color with possible fading.  There could be damage to the front driver's side wheel well and possible additional damage to the front end.

Those with information about this incident or the whereabouts of the car are asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME. 

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