Sheriff’s Office looking to identify hit and run driver
Deputies responded to the 150 block of Enterprise Street in Sterling, shortly before 3 p.m. for a reported pedestrian struck by a vehicle.
The driver is believed to be a fair skinned Black male in his twenties. The suspect vehicle is a tan 1998-2004 Honda Odyssey.
A 56-year-old Sterling woman, who was exiting her vehicle after a minivan backed into the parking space behind her, was hit by the same minivan. The woman believed the minivan was stopped and was hit while removing items from her trunk.
The driver of the minivan continued in reverse, pinning her between the two cars as she yelled for the driver to stop.
Within seconds of pinning the victim between the two vehicles, the minivan proceeded forward and left the parking lot at a high rate of speed.
The victim was taken to the Lansdowne Campus of Inova Loudoun Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Anyone with any information regarding the possible identity of the suspect is asked to contact DFC S. Allen of the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Crash Investigation Unit at 703-737-8308.
Callers who wish to remain anonymous are asked to call Loudoun crime solvers at 703–777–1919. If the information provided by the caller leads to an arrest and indictment, the caller could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.
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