Monday, March 02, 2015

FHP Still Looking For Car With Racing Stripes

FORT MYERS, FL. -- The Florida Highway Patrol is still asking for help by the public in finding a hit and run driver that killed a bicyclist in Fort Myers back in November.

The bicyclist was traveling in the southbound lane of Sunshine Boulevard without attached lights as a automobile was traveling south on Sunshine Boulevard when the front end collided with the bicycle.

The car then fled the scene. The bicyclist suffered fatal injuries as a result of this crash. 

The Florida Highway Patrol is looking for a red, 1990's model sports vehicle (general Motors Product: possible make example: Camaro), with dual white racing stripes down the center line of the vehicle. This vehicle may frequent the area of Lehigh Acres and have a loud custom exhaust system, low profile tires, and tinted windows. 

This vehicle may also have specialty rims. 

The Florida Highway Patrol requests assistance from the public, if anyone knows any information regarding the identity of this vehicle or its driver please contact Corporal Jeff Rongish at239-344-1730 Ext. 38164 (, or contact Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers at1-800-780-8477. Tipsters can remain anonymous

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