Police investigating pedestrian hit and run in Cumberland County

CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) — Police in Cumberland County are investigating a hit-and-run crash that involved a struck pedestrian.

According to Carlisle Police, on Saturday, Nov. 18 at around 7:42 p.m., the victim was crossing the intersection of West High Street and North Pitt Street when he was struck by a maroon-colored minivan, appearing to be a Nissan Quest.

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Police said that the victim was crossing the intersection near the Hamilton Restaurant.

Police then said the driver of the minivan pulled over to the side of the street but then moved away without providing information. Department street cameras were reviewed and were able to capture the suspect vehicle and the collision.

Courtesy of Carlisle Police
Courtesy of Carlisle Police
Courtesy of Carlisle Police
Courtesy of Carlisle Police

The Carlisle Police Department is asking any person who may have observed the collision to contact the department or by submitting a tip here.

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