Sketch Shows Driver Sought in King of Prussia Hit-Run
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By Brad Segall
UPPER MERION, Pa. (CBS) — Upper Merion police have released a composite sketch of a man they want to talk with in connection with a hit-and-run crash last month that left a motorist with serious injuries.
The sketch depicts an Hispanic male, believed to be in his 30s, with a mustache, black hair, and a thin build.
He’s the man they believe was driving a newer model silver or white Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck about 9:30pm the night of September 18th, in front of the King of Prussia Mall.
They say the truck rear-ended a car waiting for a red light at Route 202 and Mall Boulevard, and when the driver of the car got out, the truck fled at a high rate of speed. The victim was hanging onto the mirror and later fell off and was run over by the truck’s rear wheels (see related story).
The truck was seen fleeing north on Route 202 toward Norristown.
The victim has been released from Paoli Hospital and is now in a rehabilitation facility.