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Driver sought in Cary hit-and-run

Posted August 6, 2012

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— Police are looking for the driver who hit a man on a motorcycle last Monday in Cary.

The man was crossing the intersection of Autumngate Drive and Kildaire Farm Road around 2 p.m. on July 30, when, witnesses told police, that a dark green Honda or Nissan hit him and did not stop.

The car, approximately 5 to 10 years old, continued toward Ten-Ten Road.

The driver, who is wanted on a felony hit-and-run charge, is believed to be a slightly overweight white woman, around 50 years old, with dark or graying shoulder-length hair.

The man was taken to a local hospital for his injuries and later released.

Investigators say they have exhausted all leads in the case and are asking anyone with information that could help them to contact the police department at 919-469-4012 or Crime Stoppers at 919-226-2746.

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  • OneLove Aug 7, 2012

    Mr. Middle of the Road ~ NEVER! +1

  • monkeyboy Aug 7, 2012

    "Obamacare character of many people?" - batcave

    hey, look! another dummy spewing hatred and trying to politicize everything! wow, this guy is original!!

  • monkeyboy Aug 7, 2012

    "The driver, who is wanted on a felony hit-and-run charge, is believed to be a slightly overweight white woman, around 50 years old, with dark or graying shoulder-length hair"

    except for the 'slightly' in there, that's 98% of the women drivers in cary.

  • batcave Aug 7, 2012

    Obamacare
    character of many people? how many. Chicago has 2 a day , twice the national average. Illegals (not the case here) have caused a spike in H&R accisents, especially in Calif. Not just in this area, lots of areas much much worse.

  • Obamacare Aug 7, 2012

    Another day, another hit and run. Says a lot about the character of many people in this area.

  • SaltlifeLady Aug 6, 2012

    It takes a sorry excuse for a human being to hit someone and leave the scene. I hope they find this person and punish them to the extent of the law or they have the decency to come forward. I hope the man hit will be ok.

  • Nancy Aug 6, 2012

    Thanks for explaining that smcallah, I guess I forget that it may not come across that way, to some :)

  • smcallah Aug 6, 2012

    "Ummm... Someone who has shown themselves to be a criminal broke the law. Why would anyone be surprised? I don't understand the question."

    It's a rhetorical question when someone asks an obvious question such as that...

  • ItIsJustMe Aug 6, 2012

    "the guy had a record, anyone surprised?"

    Ummm... Someone who has shown themselves to be a criminal broke the law. Why would anyone be surprised? I don't understand the question.

  • Mr. Middle of the Road Aug 6, 2012

    'slightly overweight woman.' No way she will turn herself in now.

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