Man wanted by police after woman hit by vehicle near York University

News Nov 27, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom North York Mirror

Toronto police hit-and-run investigators have asked for the public’s help identifying a person of interest after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near York University.

According to police, at 9:25 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, a woman walking north on Sentinel Road was crossing Murray Ross Parkway when she was hit by a vehicle that was reportedly turning left from northbound Sentinel to Murray Ross.

Police report the male driver of the vehicle stopped and spoke with the victim before driving her to a local hospital. The man allegedly helped the woman inside the hospital, then said he was going to park and never returned.

Security camera images of the person of interest, captured at the hospital, were released by police Monday, Nov. 27.

The person of interest was described by police as 40-to-50 years old with a medium build, bald or shaved head, and short grey beard. The vehicle was described as a newer-model, four-door black Honda Civic.

Anyone who can identify the person of interest, or who witnessed or recorded the incident, is asked to contact police traffic investigators at 416-808-1900. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.

Man wanted by police after woman hit by vehicle near York University

Victim reportedly dropped off at hospital by driver who left

News Nov 27, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom North York Mirror

Toronto police hit-and-run investigators have asked for the public’s help identifying a person of interest after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near York University.

According to police, at 9:25 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, a woman walking north on Sentinel Road was crossing Murray Ross Parkway when she was hit by a vehicle that was reportedly turning left from northbound Sentinel to Murray Ross.

Police report the male driver of the vehicle stopped and spoke with the victim before driving her to a local hospital. The man allegedly helped the woman inside the hospital, then said he was going to park and never returned.

Security camera images of the person of interest, captured at the hospital, were released by police Monday, Nov. 27.

The person of interest was described by police as 40-to-50 years old with a medium build, bald or shaved head, and short grey beard. The vehicle was described as a newer-model, four-door black Honda Civic.

Anyone who can identify the person of interest, or who witnessed or recorded the incident, is asked to contact police traffic investigators at 416-808-1900. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.

Man wanted by police after woman hit by vehicle near York University

Victim reportedly dropped off at hospital by driver who left

News Nov 27, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom North York Mirror

Toronto police hit-and-run investigators have asked for the public’s help identifying a person of interest after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near York University.

According to police, at 9:25 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, a woman walking north on Sentinel Road was crossing Murray Ross Parkway when she was hit by a vehicle that was reportedly turning left from northbound Sentinel to Murray Ross.

Police report the male driver of the vehicle stopped and spoke with the victim before driving her to a local hospital. The man allegedly helped the woman inside the hospital, then said he was going to park and never returned.

Security camera images of the person of interest, captured at the hospital, were released by police Monday, Nov. 27.

The person of interest was described by police as 40-to-50 years old with a medium build, bald or shaved head, and short grey beard. The vehicle was described as a newer-model, four-door black Honda Civic.

Anyone who can identify the person of interest, or who witnessed or recorded the incident, is asked to contact police traffic investigators at 416-808-1900. Anonymous tips can be provided through Crime Stoppers at www.222tips.com or 416-222-8477.