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City police find hit-and-run suspect

By LETHBRIDGE HERALD on January 6, 2021.

erald photo by Ian Martens Lethbridge police officers investigate a pedestrian collision Tuesday afternoon downtown where they say a woman was struck by a vehicle that failed to remain at the scene. @IMartensHerald

Update: Lethbridge police say they have located a suspect and a vehicle in relation to the hit-and-run which resulted in injuries to a pedestrian in downtown Lethbridge Tuesday. The investigation is still ongoing and no charges have been laid yet. As such, no further information will be released at this time, and no update is available on the condition of the pedestrian, who remains in hospital.


Lethbridge Herald
Lethbridge police are looking for a vehicle and driver involved in a hit-and-run where they say a pedestrian was struck at a downtown crosswalk Tuesday afternoon.
Police say a woman was crossing southbound at 3 Avenue along 3 Street South when she was struck by a vehicle making a right-hand turn. The vehicle did not remain at the scene, police say.
The woman is said to have been taken to hospital by ambulance with what police describe as significant, but not life-threatening injuries.
Traffic collision officers were on scene taking measurements and while police say they have some information on the vehicle involved, the investigation continues. Anyone who has information or witnessed the collision is asked to contact police.

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Come on Police.. Look on the McDonalds camera that faces that intersection. Or give us a description of the vehicle.

Seth Anthony

This didn’t happen last week. They need some time to investigate security footage, other possible witnesses, etc. This is exactly why the police said they are continuing the investigation.

Furthermore, the police also state they have “some” information on the vehicle. That means that so far the eyewitness information on the vehicle is contradictory and/or too vague. As such, they won’t release that poor information to avoid everyone and their dog reporting the wrong vehicle.