Corona Police Looking for Suspect Who Threw Object Out of Vehicle Window

Corona Police Looking for Suspect Who Threw Object Out of Vehicle Window


CORONA, Calif. – Corona Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect who threw an object out of their vehicle hitting a pedestrian.

The incident occurred on May 31, 2019, at around 2:38 p.m., the occupant of a large silver or gray SUV driving southbound on Lincoln Avenue from Bayfield Drive in the City of Corona threw an object at pedestrians walking on the sidewalk. One was hit with the object.

The vehicle kept driving south on Lincoln Avenue, westbound on Railroad Street, then south onto Smith Avenue. The vehicle was last seen turning left onto Sherman Avenue. The vehicle was described to have collision damage on the driver’s side front corner, and dark colored six or eight spoke wheels. Video footage has been obtained of the suspect vehicle which was involved in the assault investigation that occurred on May 31st.

Based on the video image, the vehicle appears to be a Silver/Gray Nissan Armada with black wheels.

If you recognize this vehicle and/or its owner, please contact the Corona Police Department’s Investigation Bureau at 951-817-5837.

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