Police Identify Suspect in Ming Avenue Hit-and-Run Crash [Bakersfield, CA]

Police Identify Suspect in Ming Avenue Hit-and-Run Crash [Bakersfield, CA]

Police Identify Suspect in Ming Avenue Hit-and-Run Crash [Bakersfield, CA]


 

Police Ask Public to Help in Finding Suspect in Ming Avenue Hit-and-Run Crash

 
Bakersfield, CA (August 7, 2020)– The police identified the suspect in Hit-and-run crash on Ming Avenue and are asking for the help of the public.
 
The hit-and-run crash occurred on July 20 at about 8:15 a.m. in a business parking lot in the 3700 block of Ming Avenue.
 
Police released the description of the involved vehicle and the suspect. The suspect’s vehicle was described as purple or maroon BMW 325i. The car has a red hood, black bumper, and black rims.
 
Meanwhile, the suspect was described as a black male, around 20-25 years old, and about 210 pounds. Moreover, the man was wearing a red t-shirt and light jeans.
 
The police are encouraging anyone who has information regarding this incident to call officer Dollschnieder at (661) 326-3957 or BPD at (661) 326-7111.
 
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