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Medina Alert Canceled For 1985 Winnebago Wanted In Deadly Hit & Run Crash

DENVER (CBS4)- Police in Denver issued a Medina Alert on Wednesday afternoon. The alert was canceled a few hours later at around 8:30 p.m.

Police say two people were contacted, but there are no arrests at this point.

Police say the 1985 off-white or beige Winnebago, with temporary tags 1612796, is believed to have been involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash at S. Tejon Street and W. Jewell Avenue on Wednesday. The Winnebago was last seen driving east on Jewell Avenue.

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The victim in the crash has only been identified as an adult female.

Police ask anyone with more information call 720.913.7867.

A Medina Alert is typically issued in hit-and-run crashes where there is a death or serious bodily injury and where there is a description of the suspect vehicle including the make, model partial or whole license plate number and possibly a description of the driver.

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