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Missoula Police Seek Vehicle Suspected in Hit-and-Run

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The Missoula Police Department is asking for help locating a hit-and-run vehicle that damaged property and a city light pole.

Ginny Merriam, who is the public information officer, said that the crash occurred in the 3200 block of Stephens Avenue in the early morning hours of January 1.

The vehicle was described as a white or yellow Nissan Xterra, driven by a white male described as college-aged and wearing jeans and a hooded sweatshirt.

Merriam said that the Nissan will have front-end damage and will be missing the front grill and an outside mirror.

If you have information regarding this incident, please call the Missoula Police Department at 552-6300 and reference report number P140101-005, or call Crimestoppers at 721-4444.

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