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Lubbock Police seek hit-and-run suspect

Police say an unnamed suspect, whose picture was captured in a store surveillance video, was involved in a traffic accident that involved injuries. (Source: Lubbock Police Department) Police say an unnamed suspect, whose picture was captured in a store surveillance video, was involved in a traffic accident that involved injuries. (Source: Lubbock Police Department)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -
Lubbock Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the whereabouts of a suspect in a felony failure to stop and render aid that occurred on August 8th at the intersection of 34th and Interstate 27.  
 
Police say the unnamed suspect, whose picture was captured in a store surveillance video, was involved in a traffic accident that involved injuries and fled the scene immediately afterwards.  
 
Persons wishing to help us out can call Crime Line at 741-1000, and may remain anonymous. There will be a small monetary reward for information leading to his arrest. 

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