DENVER (CBS4) – Police across the Denver metro area are searching for the driver responsible for a deadly hit-and-run.
The crash happened in Denver just before 1 a.m. near the intersection of West Evans Avenue and South Bryant Street. The car was heading eastbound on Evans when it collided with a pedestrian. The pedestrian died at the scene. After that the car, which didn’t stop, headed east towards Interstate 25.READ MORE: 'Going To Take Some Time': Community Gathers To Remember Victims, Heal Together After Olde Town Arvada Shooting
The information on the driver’s vehicle were placed on interstate signs across the area. The driver was in a red 2001 Chevy sedan with the license plate BFO065.READ MORE: Water Quality Control Commission Votes Down Proposal To Allow More Pollution In Colorado Waterways
Police officers spent several hours talking to other drivers who were present around the time of the crime.MORE NEWS: Colorado Woman Cassondra Stratton Missing After Miami Condo Collapse
The pedestrian’s identity hasn’t been released.