Ponca City Police seek hit and run suspect

Ponca City Now - April 23, 2014 5:40 pm

News Release

Date: 4-23-14

Contact: Sherry Bowers

PCPD, 763-8011

A hit and run accident in the parking lot of the Quality Inn located at 2215 North 14th in Ponca City, have Police asking for assistance from the public through Crime Stoppers to identify the suspect.

A contractor staying at the Quality Inn backed his 2014 model Ford F250 pickup in a parking place up next to the a landscaping masonry wall at approximately 5:30pm on Monday April 7. Surveillance video shows the suspect driving a newer model white car with a black racing stripe back out of her parking place and strike the F250 pickup with such force the truck was pushed into the masonry wall in the parking lot. Surveillance video shows the driver exiting her vehicle which appears to be similar to a Dodge Charger, looking at her car and the victim’s pickup, and then leaves without reporting the accident.

The suspect is a female with a light complexion, long dark hair and on April 7 she was wearing a pink v neck t-shirt.

Anyone wishing to send an anonymous tip online regarding the location of the white car or any information about the identity of the suspect or any other crime, can access the link at www.poncacityok.gov . Click on the Crime stoppers link on the home page, fill out the tip sheet, and send the information or you can text PCPD plus your message to CRIMES (274637) from your cell phone. If you want to contact us by email here is our address: [email protected] , if you want to phone in a tip, the number is (580)762-5100. As always, you will remain anonymous, and you may receive a reward of up to $1,000.

 

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