Delray Cops Ask For Help In Hit And Run

Police are looking for the driver of a vehicle that looks like the one above.

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( — Police in Delray Beach are asking for help identifying who was driving a car that looks much like the one shown in the photo above.

From the police:

On Tuesday morning, March 29, 2014 around 1:00 am, 7 individuals were on skateboards traveling west on East Atlantic Avenue. As online casino the individuals traveled west, they stopped on the ICW bridge in the roadway. While standing on the bridge, a 2013 or 2014 lime green Mustang convertible traveled West across the bridge and struck a female from behind causing serious injury. The Mustang stopped about 50 feet away from where the female was struck and spoke with 2 other people that had been standing on the bridge. The driver then fled the area.


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