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Cyclist killed in Chelan County hit-and-run crash

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CHELAN COUNTY, Wash. -

Sheriff's deputies in Chelan County are looking for a person who they say hit and killed a bicyclist Saturday night and then left the scene of the crash.

The sheriff's office reports that around 8:22 p.m. on Saturday, dispatch received a call of a crash about two and a half miles up Apple Acres Road from the Chelan Airport. The witness who called deputies reported the vehicle that hit the bicyclist was a red truck with extensive front end damage and possibly a broken windshield

The bicyclist was identified as 50-year-old Gary Knowlton of Brewster. Deputies say the truck driver hit Knowlton from behind.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing. If you have information on the people or vehicle involved, please call Rivercom at 509-663-9911 or Undersheriff Matthews at 509-667-6850.

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