Deputies looking for dark green Hyundai involved in hit-and-run accident in Bergen
Submitted by Howard B. Owens on December 30, 2012 - 12:17pm
There's a dark green, early 2000 Hyundai missing a front left fender out there somewhere and the Sheriff's Office would like to locate it.
The vehicle was involved in a hit-and-run accident this morning at the Sugar Creek at Route 19 and Route 33, Bergen.
A survelliance camera at Sugar Creek has helped deputies get a description of the vehicle and the driver.
The driver is described as a male, about 5' 10" to 6" tall, 160 to 185 pounds, in his early to mid 20s. He wore his hair "high and tight," according to Deputy Joseph Corona.
The Hyundai may have been left overnight at the Sugar Creek and witnesses think they saw the driver warming up the car prior to the accident.
The driver left the parking lot northbound and was attempting to turn left, westbound, when it struck another sedan that was eastbound on Route 33. The Hyundai's fender became lodged in the other car's rear passanger-side door. The car then proceeded northbound on Route 19.
Deputy Corona asks anybody with information to contact him through the Sheriff's Office at 585-343-5000.