Police ask residents in area near deadly hit-and-run to review security footage

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —

Police have issued an update in the investigation of a deadly hit-and-run that killed a Sapulpa educator. A driver killed 49-year-old Michael Reid[1] while he was jogging on South Sheridan Road Tuesday. After the collision, police released a description of a possible suspect vehicle, described as a white truck with missing grill parts and loud exhaust.

Police now say they believe they have talked with the driver of that vehicle. Police said the driver of the truck told them he actually stopped at the scene and talked with first-responders before traffic investigators arrived. RELATED | Daughter of Sapulpa educator killed in hit-and-run remembers her dad
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The front grill parts at the scene could have been from a previous collision but have not been eliminated as evidence, according to police. Detectives are asking any residents or businesses on either side of Sheridan between 91st and 102nd who have security cameras to review footage between 5:35 a.m. and 6:15 a.m. Tuesday.

You should look for anyone who stops within camera view, gets out of their vehicle and looks at the front of their vehicle, according to police.

Police said they have not eliminated any types of vehicles in the collision, so do not focus only on a truck.

References

  1. ^ 49-year-old Michael Reid (ktul.com)
  2. ^ RELATED | Daughter of Sapulpa educator killed in hit-and-run remembers her dad (ktul.com)

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