Police search for driver in fatal hit and run


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  • Police are looking for the white pick up truck in the middle of the frame. For a white-angle shot, click the blue arrow to the right of the photo. (Photo: Pennsylvania State Police at Honesdale)




  • A wide-angle shot showing the white pickup truck top right (Photo: Pennsylvania State Police at Honesdale)



BUCKINGHAM TOWNSHIP — At about 9 p.m. on Friday, May 16, a pedestrian was struck and killed on State Route 191 in Buckingham Township, Wayne County, just before the Hancock Bridge.

Police has obtained video surveillance and issued several photos of the vehicle involved in this crash (see photos above).

"We can confirm that the vehicle we are looking for is a white pick up truck, extended cab with three or four yellow lights across the top of the vehicle," said the Pennsylvania State Police in Honesdale. "The vehicle we are looking for is the white pick up truck on the roadway" as depicted in the surveillance photos.

Before obtaining video surveillance, police said witnesses had described a light-colored vehicle, possibly a pick up truck or a Monte Carlo, with a yellow license plate, and that the letters “MD” or “BM” were on the side of the vehicle.

The vehicle is believed to have sustained right front-end damage, and possible damage to the right side of the vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police in Honesdale at 570-253-7126

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