Tucson police are requesting the general public’s assist in finding a white Volkswagen Jetta linked to a deadly hit-and-run March 18.
The 2011 to 2014 Jetta has vital entrance finish and windshield injury, stated visitors detectives Tuesday in a publish on the Tucson Police Division’s Fb web page.
Detectives are asking anybody, together with staff of windshield restore corporations, with info to name 88-CRIME.
The pedestrian killed was recognized as Conrad Alfonso Iacono II, seventy four. Investigators decided that Iacono was crossing south to north on East Grant Street, east of North Alvernon Means, simply after eleven p.m. Saturday.
Iacono was struck by a car touring west on Grant. Iancono had reached the curb lane when he was struck, police stated.
When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered two individuals performing CPR on Iancono. He was transported to Banner-College Medical Middle Tucson the place he died from his accidents, police stated.
A small canine was additionally struck half a block west from the hit-and-run, probably by the identical car, based on police.
Contact reporter Carmen Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-4104. On Twitter: @cduartestar