Englewood police asked the public for help in locating the suspect in a hit-and-run incident that happened Wednesday morning near South Broadway and West Floyd Avenue.
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Englewood police asked the public for help in locating the suspect of a hit-and-run incident that happened Wednesday morning near South Broadway and West Floyd Avenue.
The suspect is believed to be a white male in his 30s with brown hair, the Englewood Police Department said in a news release.
Officers responded to an “auto vs. pedestrian” hit and run at approximately 8:58 a.m. Wednesday, the police department said in the release.
The vehicle was initially involved in a minor accident with another vehicle. When the drivers went to exchange information, the suspect allegedly fled the scene, “running over the victim, causing injury to their leg,” according to the release.
The involved vehicle was a 2011 white Dodge Ram 1500 that was reported stolen out of Adams County, per the release. The Englewood Police Department said via Facebook that the vehicle was located in Denver on Jan. 25, but the suspect was still at large.
If anyone has information, police ask that they call (303) 761-7410.
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