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Caught On Camera: Hit & Run Driver, Help Solve Crime!

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How would you like to help solve a crime?

A Hanford woman needs your help, after a hit and run driver crashed into her parked car leaving it with extensive damage.

Thankfully, the whole thing was caught on camera.

Victim Jessica Sweeden says, "If it's a guy man up! If you do not have insurance let us know, then my car will still be covered. I need something to get to work, this is my livelihood."

Jennifer Fletcher called the insurance company for her mom, and says, "We have uninsured motorist and liability only on the car. We don't have the comp collision coverage, so without the car to prove that they don't have insurance they won't cover it!"

Sweeden said she thinks she saw a white Charger or Challenger drive away.

The first two numbers on the plate are "5-X"

If you know who the car belongs to call Lieutenant Greg Feiner at the Hanford Police Department at (559) 585-2540.

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