Who is this man? Police need help to ID Haddon Twp. hit-and-run victim
In an effort to identify a man who was injured in a hit-and-run accident Saturday in Haddon Township, police in Camden County have released a surveillance image of individual.
Police say the image taken from a surveillance camera shows the victim walking into a story earlier in the evening, before the accident took place.
Authorities believe the victim is an Hispanic male, about 25 to 30 years old. He was struck by a vehicle while riding his black and red Mongoose bicycle at about 12:05 a.m. in the area of Black Horse Pike and Pershing Avenue.
The victim was transported to Cooper University Hospital following the crash where he underwent surgery for his injuries. He remains hospitalized, but police have not been able to identify him.
Police describe the injured man as being about 5’7″ and 180 pounds. At the time of the crash, he was wearing jeans, black and red Nike Air Jordan sneakers and a white Under Armor baseball hat.
On Monday, the Prosecutor's Office said the driver in this incident has been identified and charged with several offenses. The exact charges and name of the suspect have not yet been released.
Police are asking anyone with information about the victim or the crash to contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Sgt. John Hunsinger at 856-365-3239 or Haddon Township Police Detective Sgt. Joseph Johnston 856-883-6207. The public can also email information to police at email@example.com.
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