OAKLAND – Police on Wednesday launched two photos of a second automobile that was concerned in a deadly hit-and-run final week in West Oakland.
The photographs depict a white Toyota RAV4. The SUV gave the impression to be the second to hit 59-year-old Oakland resident Kim Barranco, in line with the Oakland Police Division.
“Investigators wish to determine the driving force, who could not have recognized they struck a pedestrian,” police stated in a information launch.
The hit-and-run occurred simply earlier than 1 p.m. on Jan. 9 within the 2400 block of San Pablo Avenue. Police stated Barranco was trying to cross the road when she was struck by a 2001 Chevrolet Suburban. Barranco was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
The motive force of the Chevrolet didn’t cease on the scene and was final seen heading northbound on San Pablo Avenue, police stated. The Chevrolet was later recovered in Oakland.
Police haven’t introduced any arrests within the case.
Anybody who has seen the Toyota or has data associated to the case can contact the police division at 510-777-8570.
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