After fatal hit and run, SLC police looking for gold SUV
SALT LAKE CITY — A 59-year-old man was involved in a fatal hit and run on Sunday night, and now SLC police need help to find a gold-colored GMC Suburban or Yukon suspected of hitting the man. (Note: the images we’ve linked to are for information purposes only, and do not represent the actual vehicle being sought by police.)
The hit and run happened around 11:04 p.m. Sunday night near 1300 South Major Street. It is the 19th traffic-related fatality in Salt Lake City in 2022.
A gold GMC Suburban or Yukon was involved in the fatal hit and run police said. The vehicle will have significant front-end damage police said.
The vehicle hit the man as he crossing the street in a dimly lit area according to police. He was not in a crosswalk when he was hit. The victim’s identity has not yet been released.
We are investigating a deadly hit and run at 1300 S. Major St. The victim is a man, approx. 60. We are looking for a gold Suburban or Yukon SUV with recent damage. Anyone with tips should call 9-1-1 and mention case 22-146198. A PIO is not responding. #slc #saltlakecity #slcpd pic.twitter.com/lKsQwyXxxk
— Salt Lake City Police (@slcpd) August 1, 2022
Salt Lake City Police ask that you call 801-799-3000 and reference case 22-146198 if you have information.
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