Edmonton Police seek public’s assistance identifying suspect in hit and run

Edmonton, Alberta – The Edmonton Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a male suspect in relation to a hit-and-run causing bodily harm.

On Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, at approximately 10:20 a.m., police responded to the report of a hit-and-run of a pedestrian in a crosswalk at the intersection of 104 Street and 106 Avenue. The vehicle struck the pedestrian while turning south onto 104 Street from 106 Avenue, then fled the scene. The 50-year-old male pedestrian was taken to hospital with serious, non-life-threatening injuries.

The driver is described as a white or light skinned male, 30-35 years old. He is described as having a long nose with a “bump” on the bridge, with brown ear-length hair swept to the left side and hanging down in front of his eyes. He was wearing a brown Carhart hoodie, jeans and black work boots.

The suspect vehicle is a 2009 – 2012 Grey Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi with stock rims, after-market mud tires and a tonneau cover. It has a distinct circular blue sticker on the rear driver’s side of the cab (see photo), and may have had a company plate.

2009 – 2012 Grey Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi with stock rims, after-market mud tires and a tonneau cover.
2009 – 2012 Grey Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi with stock rims, after-market mud tires and a tonneau cover.
It has a distinct circular blue sticker on the rear driver’s side of the cab (see photo), and may have had a company plate.
It has a distinct circular blue sticker on the rear driver’s side of the cab (see photo), and may have had a company plate.

Investigators are releasing photos of the suspect vehicle in hopes that someone may come forward to identify the driver.

Anyone with information about the suspect or this incident is asked to contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com/250.

Edmonton Police Service

MRU #: 20R080

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