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Friday, June 6, 2014

The hit-and-run open line

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click to enlarge CAR LIKE THESE SOUGHT: State Police think a car that resembled these was involved in a hit-and-run Tuesday near North Little Rock.
  • CAR LIKE THESE SOUGHT: State Police think a car that resembled these was involved in a hit-and-run Tuesday near North Little Rock.

The Friday night line is open. We'll close it with a State Police plea for help in finding a hit-and-run vehicle.

Jimmy Bowman, 47, was hit and seriously injured while riding a bicycle near MacArthur Drive and Mundo Road near North Little Rock about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday. 

The State Police are searching for a Ford Edge or Lincoln MKX, believed to be a 2012 or 2013 model and metallic red.

The vebhicle was last seen heading south toward North Little Rock. Investigators believe there might be damage to the right front fender and right passenger door. The vehicle also would be missing the right passenger door mirror housing.

Anyone with information can call the State Police at 501-618-8100.


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