Police may have located truck from deadly hit-and-runPosted: Updated:
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Officers seized a truck in Yakima that is suspected of being used in a deadly hit-and-run last month in downtown Spokane. Officer Glenn Bartlett retrieved the vehicle Monday afternoon after being alerted by the Yakima Police, and has returned the vehicle to Spokane and impounded it. Officer Bartlett returned Monday night and the truck will be processed by our Forensic Unit.
Spokane Police say that the two registered owners of the truck are both considered persons of interest in this case. They also confirm that they are looking at other people as possible persons of interest. So far no arrests have been made.
Police have been looking for the pickup truck and driver that hit 77-year-old Donald Seever of Spokane. Sever died last Wednesday at Sacred Hearth Medical Center.
Seever was closing the parking lot gate at his downtown apartment building when he was hit by a truck that had been illegally parked. The driver had reportedly been kicked out of a nearby bar. There was a woman passenger in the truck who also could be charged.
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