HURRICANE, Utah, April 15, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — Hurricane police have released photographs of a suspect vehicle after a hit-and-run incident Saturday night.
“On April 10 at about 10 p.m., two females were struck in the intersection of 1150 W. State St. while in the crosswalk,” said a news release from Hurricane City Police Department on Thursday. “Based on evidence gathered at the scene of the crash investigators believe the vehicle is a silver-colored Chevrolet Malibu year 2004-2007.
“This vehicle sustained front-end damage during the crash. Witnesses stated they believed this vehicle possibly had South Dakota plates.” The vehicle left the scene and continued westbound on State Route 9.
A previous news release from Hurricane Police Department on Monday afternoon said the victims were two 15-year-old girls, both Hurricane residents. The victims were transported to St. George Regional Hospital for treatment.
“Investigators at the scene interviewed witnesses and collected statements,” the news release said.
The news release added that agencies that responded to the incident included Hurricane PD, Hurricane Valley Fire, Washington County Sheriff’s Office and Utah Highway Patrol.
If you have any information on the case or see the vehicle, you are asked to call Detective Raleigh Morris at 435-635-9663 ext. 127 or email RMorris@hcpd.utah.gov. The incident number is #21H002183.