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Vehicle of interest picture released in hit and run death

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Collision Investigators are still seeking any information about the hit and run collision death which occurred early Sunday morning and have released a picture of a vehicle of interest in the case.

Police have yet to arrest the driver of the vehicle that struck and killed Suzette Werner.

As police are piecing together the last few hours of Werner's life, they are searching for answers.  Police have not determined where Werner spent the last hour before her death. 

Police maintain Werner was struck by the suspect vehicle at Carlisle and Cedar, and drug by the vehicle to Ash and Maxwell.

The vehicle of interest was seen traveling south on Ash to Sinto, where it turned east.  The photo is a bit unclear, but anyone who may recognize it is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 327-5111.

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Police identify victim of fatal hit and run, release suspect description
Spokane Police have identified the victim of a fatal hit and run as 42-year-old Suzette Werner. Police say Werner was struck around 4 a.m. Sunday morning at the intersection of Cedar and Carlisle and then likely dragged by the driver to Northwest boulevard and onto Ash where her body was discovered near Maxwell. More...

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