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Police Searching For School Bus Hit and Run Suspect

Police say a van crashed into a school bus in Bonners Ferry On Dec. 11th and fled the scene. Any person with any knowledge of the hit and run please call 911 or 267-4392 (anonymous tips OK) anytime with information on the van or driver. Police say a van crashed into a school bus in Bonners Ferry On Dec. 11th and fled the scene. Any person with any knowledge of the hit and run please call 911 or 267-4392 (anonymous tips OK) anytime with information on the van or driver.
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho -

Police in Bonners Ferry are looking for the person who hit a school bus with their van and then fled the scene. 

In a press release issued Tuesday, Boundary County PIO Mike Meier says on December 11th around 4:30pm a school bus was hit by a late model silver or white van near Eisenhower and Sacramento Street in Bonners Ferry. Police say the van had a local license plate and could have headlight damage, along with other damage to the front  end. 

Police say that not was the driver required to stop and make a notification of the crash, but they also say that any of the passengers in the van could face criminal charges if they do not come forward as well. 

Anyone with information on this hit and run is asked to call 911 or 208-267-4392. Tipsters can remain anonymous. 

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