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LPD searching for suspect in parking lot hit & run

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A Lubbock Police Department Accident Investigator is asking for help in identifying the suspect in a hit and run case.

The suspect in the photos was leaving the Burlington Coat Factory parking lot on February 18th when he backed into another vehicle. The suspect then left the scene without leaving information.

The suspect's vehicle is a black crew cab Ford F150 with chrome rails on the inside of the truck bed. The suspect had a cane and walked with a pronounced limp on his left side.

If you have any information please contact Officer Purdue at 806-775-2876.

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