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Police Looking for Corona Hit-and-Run Suspect

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CORONA – Corona Police is seeking the public’s help to locate the driver responsible for a hit and run collision on Harrison Street just east of Main Street. On Monday, October 24, 2016, at around 6:54 a.m. Corona police officers responded to the non-injury hit-and-run collision.

When they arrived they learned that the suspect vehicle, believed to be a mid-to-late 80’s red Nissan 300ZX  collided into the back of a white SUV and a white passenger car. The suspect fled the scene, but not prior to a photo of the driver and vehicle being taken.

Anyone who can identify the suspect or have any other information in regards to this incidents, should contact Traffic Officer Dopson at (951)817-5845 or email DopsonD@DiscoverCorona.com.

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