CLEVELAND — Cleveland Police are looking to identify a suspect who they believe struck a pedestrian in a hit-and-skip that took place last month.
The incident took place at 6:27 a.m. on Oct. 20 when a suspect driving a gray sedan -- possibly a Honda Accord-type of vehicle -- struck a pedestrian at the intersection of Fulton and Denison. The vehicle and operator proceeded to flee the area and the pedestrian sustained serious injuries.
Photos of a suspect were obtained by police and can be seen below. Anybody with additional information regarding the incident is asked to contact Det. Strong at 216-623-3433.
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