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Cash reward offered for information leading to arrest in Spokane Valley hit and run

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Detectives would like to speak with the driver of this dark colored vehicle regarding a hit and run in Spokane Valley Detectives would like to speak with the driver of this dark colored vehicle regarding a hit and run in Spokane Valley
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Spokane Valley Traffic Unit investigators are still asking the public for information regarding a hit-and-run collision that happened on November 14, 2014, and now Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest. 

The collision happened during rush hour at around 5:20 p.m. at the intersection of 16th Street and Oberlin. A witness saw the 51-year-old victim crawling off the road and called 911. The victim sustained a head injury and a severe leg injury. 

The witness did not see the actual collision happen, but told investigators he saw a dark colored, possibly green, older SUV, similar to an older model Jeep Cherokee speed past him as he walked on 16th Street about three blocks before the hit-and-run scene. The witness tried to write down the license plate of the vehicle, but could not.

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