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Ridge Meadows RCMP asking hit and run driver to turn themselves in

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 07 Feb, 2024 10:52 AM
  • Ridge Meadows RCMP asking hit and run driver to turn themselves in

The Ridge Meadows R-C-M-P is asking the driver of a 2000s white Toyota hatchback to turn themselves in after being involved in a hit and run last month.

Police say the vehicle hit a pedestrian on January 26th in Maple Ridge.

The pedestrian suffered a broken leg.

Police say they're also still seeking witnesses, dash camera footage and/or surveillance video of what happened.

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