Police continue searching for information nearly three months after downtown hit-and-run

Police continue searching for information nearly three months after downtown hit-and-run
Source: Charleston Police
Source: Charleston Police
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Source: Provided

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Charleston police are continuing their search for information nearly three months after downtown hit-and-run injured a woman.

Danielle Wilcox, 25, was involved in an auto-pedestrian hit-and-run at approximately 1:52 a.m. on Aug. 13 at the intersection of Meeting and Woolfe Street, Charleston Police spokesman Charles Frances said.

Wilcox was attempting to cross Meeting Street within the crosswalk when she was struck by what appears to be a newer-model four-door sedan with a sun or moon roof and tinted windows, Francis said. Wilcox suffered severe injuries.

Charleston police released surveillance images of the vehicle in question, but there have not been many leads on the case.

The vehicle involved in the collision should have damage to its front passenger-side bumper and hood and may also have damage to the windshield, police say.

Anyone with information about the vehicle involved or its driver is asked to contact Sgt. Matt Wojslawowicz of the Charleston Police Department at (843) 965-4084 or Crime Stoppers at (843) 554-1111.

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