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Police seek public’s help finding vehicle in Ogden auto-pedestrian crash

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Posted at 3:47 PM, Mar 08, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-08 17:47:29-05

OGDEN, Utah — Police seek the public’s help locating and identifying individuals and vehicles involved in a hit and run that left a man in critical condition.

The suspected vehicle in the auto-pedestrian accident was last seen on 29th Street in Ogden. Courtesy of Ogden City Police Department

The suspected vehicle in the auto-pedestrian accident was last seen on 29th Street in Ogden. Courtesy of Ogden City Police Department

On March 4 at about 12:07 a.m., a vehicle left the Maverik parking lot, 2810 Washington Blvd., and made a left turn on Washington Boulevard, according to a Facebook post from Ogden police.

As the driver made the turn, police report, the driver struck a pedestrian crossing the road. The driver fled south and turned right onto 29th Street.

The pedestrian, a 27-year-old man, remains in critical condition.

Police describe the vehicle as a white or light colored passenger car, possibly a hatchback. The car may have damage to the front end, hood, windshield area and possibly a broken side window, according to the Facebook post.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call Ogden City Police Department at 801-629-8633.