Early morning hit and run in Stettler

RCMP looking for older model four-door car like Chevy Caprice

Submitted by Sgt. P.A. Penny

On December 19th, Stettler RCMP were advised for a hit and run that occurred at 6:55 hrs on 54th Street in Stettler involving a pedestrian going to school. The pedestrian sustained minor injuries and the suspect vehicle sped away from the scene.

The suspect vehicle has been described as similar to a Chevrolet Caprice Classic white/grey in colour. The front windshield had a crack and the driver side taillight was cracked and burnt out. The suspect vehicle did not have hubcaps.

The photo included is a stock photo of a vehicle similar to the one alleged to have been involved in the hit and run.

Anyone that possibly has information as to the identity of the suspect vehicle is encouraged to contact the Stettler RCMP at 403-742-3382.

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