Oklahoma City police ask for public help ID’ing woman allegedly involved in hit & run of pedestrian at Walmart

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A hit-and-run suspect sought by Oklahoma City police.

A hit-and-run suspect sought by Oklahoma City police.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma City Police Department officials are calling upon the public to provide tips that will help identify a woman who is believed to have been involved in a hit and run in a Walmart parking lot that resulted in a pedestrian being injured.

The incident occurred at the Walmart at Interstate 240 and Santa Fe on Tuesday evening.

The pedestrian suffered serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle, police officials said on the department’s official Facebook page.

The woman, who is pictured above, is believed to have been behind the wheel of the vehicle, which is believed to be a late model silver, four-door Dodge Avenger with tinted windows and no tag.

She is described as a Hispanic female who had two juvenile, female passengers.

“Info can be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers and a cash reward is possible! 405-235-7300 or www.okccrimetips.com,” police officials said.

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