Police seek help finding damaged car involved in Five Points hit-and-run

The Denver Police Department seeks help finding a car involved in a hit-and-run early Friday morning.

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The Denver Police Department seeks help finding a car involved in a hit-and-run early Friday morning.

“…at approximately 12:45 a.m., a dark green ’90s model Ford Mustang or similar vehicle was traveling northbound in the 3400 Blk Walnut St. near Traxx Nightclub and struck four pedestrians walking alongside the roadway. The vehicle fled the scene and is believed to have damage to the front right and windshield and possibly the front right head lamp.”

DPD tweeted that three of the pedestrians went to the hospital, one with possible serious injuries.

Police ask those with information about the incident call call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers 720-913-7867 or text 274637, then title DMCS and enter your message.

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