Maryland State Police said they are looking for a gold Chevrolet Impala in connection with a crash that left one woman dead on Interstate 695 Thursday at Edmondson Avenue.
"The 2001-2005 gold Chevrolet Impala should have damage to the left side of the front bumper cover, the left fender and the left side mirror," according to a statement from Maryland State Police.
Using debris found at the scene, crash team investigators determined that the vehicle may have been involved in the crash that killed Judith A. Hill, the 62-year-old woman whose body troopers found Thursday morning.
Officials said that the crash occurred around 5 a.m. and a passerby reported seeing the body at 7:30 a.m. Police are asking the public for assistance in identifying the person responsible.
"Troopers are not certain at this time if the Chevrolet Impala was the actual vehicle that struck and killed Ms. Hill," police said. "They want to locate the car and investigate further to determine if it was involved."
Police said they found Hill's 2007 Chevrolet pickup parked on the right shoulder of the interstate. According to officials, Hill pulled over and was getting out of her vehicle when she was struck.
On Thursday, police said they closed I-695 at Edmondson Avenue for several hours to investigate because of the severity of the crash.
Anyone who has information about the vehicle or who may have witnessed the hit-and-run should call Maryland State Police at the Golden Ring Barrack at 410-780-2700. Callers may remain anonymous.
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