Police Searching for Driver in Fatal Hit-and-Run

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Grand Prairie Police are looking for what is believed to be a black passenger car that ran a red light and killed a pedestrian on January 14.

The deadly collision occurred on the 2300 block of West Main Street. Officers responded to a call around 11 p.m., where they found a deceased woman lying in the street, seemingly struck while using the crosswalk.

Investigators suspect that the driver ran the red light and hit the woman without stopping.

There is likely damage to the front left side of the car.

A cash reward of up to $2,500 is offered from Grand Prairie Crime Stoppers for any information that would contribute to the arrest of the deadly driver.

You can remain anonymous by contacting GPCrimeStoppers.org or by dialing 972.988.8477.

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