Maryland State Police have launched new pictures of a suspect’s automobile with New Jersey license plates that drove away after hitting the person.
COLUMBIA, Md. — Maryland State Police have launched photographs of one of many automobiles they consider hit and killed a 23-year-old man from Columbia, Maryland whereas he was trying to tug a girl out of the highway on I-95 Sunday morning.
Ceasar Burke was hit by two automobiles, in line with Maryland State Police, and one of many drivers left the scene. Initially, police believed a 3rd automobile — a tractor-trailer –had additionally hit Burke and drove away, however they are saying that’s not the case.
The automobile police at the moment are looking for is a black 2009 Nissan Altima with New Jersey tags P92NJE.
Maryland State Police troopers headed to the scene within the space of southbound I-95 and the Intercounty Connector round 10 a.m. Sunday.
In keeping with their preliminary investigation, Burke and an unidentified girl had been parked on the shoulder of the highway and having a dialogue subsequent to their automobile when the girl tried to stroll onto I-95 for unknown causes. When Burke tried to tug her again from the highway, he was hit by the Nissan Altima, which saved driving, police stated.
Whereas Burke lay within the highway, a second automobile, a Honda CRV, additionally struck him, and pulled over on the shoulder and to name 911. Burke was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
Police haven’t confirmed what, if something, occurred to the girl who was on the scene on the time.
The Maryland State Police Crash Workforce is main the investigation into the incident. Anybody with data on the case is requested to contact the School Park Barrack at 301-345-3101.
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