MIAMI - Investigators are intensifying their search for the driver involved in a deadly hit-and-run in northwest Miami-Dade.
It happened the night of July 29th in the area of NW 27th Avenue and 97th Street.
Cadestin Saintcyr, 60, was crossing NW 27th Avenue when he was struck by what police described as a dark-colored, newer-model Chevrolet Silverado.
The driver of the truck did not stop to help Saintcyr nor did they call 911 to report the accident.
Saintcyr was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital where he died a few days later.
Police have released an image of the truck in hopes that it will lead to a tip.
Police said people should pay close attention to the way the suspect walks in the video when he returned to the scene.
"We're able to see that the subject has a very distinct walk," Miami-Dade police spokesman Angel Rodriguez said, "and so detectives feel very confident that with the community's assistance we'll be able to find out who this individual is."
Investigators said in normal circumstances, a crash where the victim was walking in the middle of the road at night, the odds were in the driver's favor.
"Where the person remains on the scene it wouldn't be a criminal matter," Rodriguez said, adding that drivers have an obligation to stay on scene. "That presents itself already as criminal in nature."
Rodriguez went on to say the vast majority of people who flee the scene are not the ones typically at fault.
Anyone with information on the crash is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.
CBS News Miami reporter Morgan Rynor contributed to this report.
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