BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are trying to find the car concerned in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 26-year-old girl in late February.
Police stated Alexandra Justine Angel was strolling on eastbound Pulaski Freeway at round 7:20 p.m. close to the Little Gunpowder Falls when she was struck by a automobile.
The suspect car fled the scene. It’s described as a black 1999-2007 Ford Tremendous Responsibility F-250 or F-350 with light-colored side-mounted software backside and a ladder rack, much like the automobile pictured under.
“It’s described as a black choose up truck with light-colored toolboxes on the aspect and a ladder rack,” Danielle Moore, of the Baltimore County Police Division, stated.
Police stated it might have front-end injury to its driver’s aspect bumper, a lacking headlamp and injury to the encompassing housing. They stated this stuff can also seem to have been not too long ago repaired or changed.
“Automobile might have substantial front-end injury or it might have not too long ago been repaired,” Moore stated.
“On the finish of the day, when you do strike something within the street, whether or not it’s an individual, animal and when you assume it was only a curb, we ask that you just do cease and verify your car and render assist to wherever, no matter is on the market,” Moore added.
Anybody who might have info is requested to name 410-307-2020. Callers might stay nameless and could also be eligible for a reward when submitting suggestions by means of Metro Crime Stoppers.