Police Identify Person Of Interest In Downtown Hit And Run

Tuesday November 25th, 2014

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Windsor Police have released a new surveillance photos of a hit and run in Downtown Windsor.

The hit and run involved a cyclist and occurred at 12:39am on Sunday October 26th in front of 711 Pelissier Street.

Police say that a witnesses told them that the suspect vehicle was travelling east on Elliott Street and turned to travel northbound onto Pelissier. The male cyclist was travelling north on Pelissier when he was struck from behind.

The suspect vehicle then fled the scene northbound on Pelissier towards Wyandotte Street West.

The suspect vehicle is described as a medium-sized black SUV, possibly a Lexus, with tinted windows. The driver of the suspect vehicle was described as a male, in his 20’s or 30’s, with a stocky build, a thin mustache and dark hair.

At the time of the collision the cyclist was wearing a brown leather jacket, striped shirt, blue jeans and red running shoes. The cyclist was transported to hospital by ambulance with life threatening injuries. ​

Police are asking anyone with information to call. They say it’s expected that there could be damage to the front right side of the vehicle. The vehicle appears to be an SUV with dark rims.

Through investigation, police have established a person of interest in relation to the incident. Police are requesting anyone with information regarding the identity of the photographed man to call.

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