Police ask for help locating car involved in hit-and-run crash
SYRACUSE, N.Y. —
Syracuse police are asking for the public's help finding a car that was involved in a hit-and-run crash on Oct. 24.
Officers say the crash happened in the 1000 block of Danforth Street where a vehicle driving north hit a man crossing the road. Lieutenant David Brown says the victim suffered fractures to his back and neck and a cut to his hip area. He is currently stable and recovering but remains hospitalized at Upstate University Hospital.
No witnesses have come forward, and the vehicle involved has not been located, according to investigators.
The vehicle involved is believed to be a grey 2009-2012 Toyota Rav4 with a gold license plate. The vehicle has a roof rack and a rear hatch tire carrier. Police say the vehicle will have damage to the front passenger's side headlight and possibly the body.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Syracuse police at 315-442-5130.
The investigation is ongoing.