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Police searching for driver in Tampa hit-and-run

Witnesses said the driver never slowed down after impact
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Published Nov. 15, 2021|Updated Nov. 15, 2021

Tampa Police are searching for a driver tied to a hit-and-run in Tampa.

Around 3 a.m. Sunday, a man and woman were walking to their car parked on North Armenia Avenue when they were struck by a vehicle, according to a media release. Witnesses said the car never slowed even after impact and immediately turned east on East Dewey Street from Armenia then went the wrong way on North Howard Avenue.

The woman was treated for minor injuries at a hospital, police said. The man remains in critical condition.

Police are looking for a silver or gray older model midsize sport-utility vehicle with damage to the headlights and wiper blades. Anyone with information may contact Crimestoppers of Tampa Bay at 1-800-873-TIPS.


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