A hit and run suspect who killed a man in his 30s is still at large following an incident in Philadelphia. To date, there is also no recognition of the victim’s identity yet.On May 28, at around 1:30 a.m., authorities stated that a man estimated to be in his 30s was hit by a vehicle on Broad Street near Erie Avenue in the Tioga-Nicetown section of Philadelphia. The man was immediately transported to Temple University Hospital, however, authorities announced that he died soon thereafter.
An article in 6ABC states that in the evening of June 1, images of the vehicle that had struck the victim was obtained and the hit and run suspect was being sought in connection with the incident. However, to date, the identity of the victim is not determined yet.
Hit And Run Suspect At Large
According to Mitman, authorities believe that the vehicle used by the hit and run suspect was a 2006 to 2010 black Chrysler 300. In addition, the hit and run suspect’s vehicle was described to have tinted door windows and may have tinting on the rear windshield as well.
Authorities also added that even before the hit and run incident, the suspect’s vehicle may have had damage to the front left fender and may have lost a front bumper. However, following the collision, authorities believe that the vehicle may have had sustained more damages like a missing left side-view mirror.