Family Of Hit-And-Run Victim Speak Out
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
The family of a Missouri motorcyclist killed in a
hit-and-run is still looking for answers after the September crash. As they came together
over the Thanksgiving holiday, they hope for resolution and plea for answers.
A niece and spokesperson for the family spoke of her uncle who was killed
in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident in Washington Park on September 19.
Washington Park police say the accident happened around 6:30 p.m. near
Kingshighway and Hallows Avenue. Authorities say they are looking for
a 23-year-old suspect who was driving a dark-colored car and struck the
motorcyclist and fled the scene. The Washington Park Police Department
Chief says the driver dragged the motorcyclist for several feet, then
backed up, turned around, and drove away.
The victim’s family is devastated and frustrated that the case is
still unresolved. The family hopes that investigators are closer to finding
out who killed their loved one. Washington Park police are asking anyone
with information on the motorcycle accident to please contact the police
department. If someone has information and wants to remain anonymous,
they can call Crime Stoppers.
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