UPDATE: Cherry Hill Police Search for Vehicle of Interest in Hit-and-Run Accident

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Update: The Cherry Hill Police Department has identified the vehicle and the truck's operator has come forward and is cooperating with the department. The investigation is still ongoing.

Below is the original story.

Officials from the Cherry Hill Police Department are asking for the public's help to find a vehicle of interest in a pedestrian hit-and-run accident.

On Thursday, April 4th, at around 8:50 p.m., an 18-year-old male pedestrian was crossing Route 38 on Church Road in the area of the McDonalds. He jumped a concrete barrier and was struck by the vehicle.

The victim remains hospitalized in critical condition.

The vehicle is described as a utility-style truck possibly with a stake-body bed, hauling a large trailer.

The vehicle was observed traveling westbound on Route 38 from Nixon Drive in Moorestown, through the areas of Church Road and Haddonfield Road, and left Route 38 somewhere between Chapel Avenue and Cuthbert Boulevard in Cherry Hill.

Anyone with information is asked to call Officer John Domingo at 856-432-8856, or tips can also be submitted anonymously by emailing tips@cherryhillpolice.com. Information can also be sent by texting TIP CHERRYHILLPD followed by your message to 888777.


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