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Lubbock police seek tips in hit-and-run investigation

Lubbock police are seeking help in identifying a person of interest in their investigation of a hit-and-run accident at Wal-Mart on Ave Q and Marsha Sharp Freeway on September 15. Lubbock police are seeking help in identifying a person of interest in their investigation of a hit-and-run accident at Wal-Mart on Ave Q and Marsha Sharp Freeway on September 15.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock police are seeking help in identifying a person of interest in their investigation of a hit-and-run accident at Wal-Mart on Ave Q and Marsha Sharp Freeway on September 15 at around 12:30 p.m. 

Police say she drives a green Honda Accord or similar vehicle. 

Anyone with information can call Officer Patricia Madrid, at 806-775-2762. Callers may remain anonymous.

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