Des Moines Police Seeking Public’s Help Finding Suspect in Fatal Hit and Run


Des Moines Police are seeking the public’s help in finding the suspect responsible for a hit and run fatality.

On Thursday, Oct. 4 at 9 p.m., Des Moines Police responded to the 22700 Block of Marine View Drive for a hit and run collision (map below).

The victim is a 52-year old female who stepped out in traffic and was struck by a vehicle traveling southbound on Marine View Drive. The victim sustained critical injuries and was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Investigators at the at the time had no suspect vehicle information since no witnesses remained.

Saturday morning (Oct. 6) the victim died at Harborview Medical Center.

The Des Moines Police has obtained possible suspect vehicle information as a tan or yellow 4-door older model Toyota or similar type vehicle with fresh front end damage.

Officials are requesting assistance from anyone who has information in regards to this Hit and Run to please contact the Des Moines Police Department at (206) 878-3301.

(Des Moines Police Case # 12-2566)


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9 Responses to “Des Moines Police Seeking Public’s Help Finding Suspect in Fatal Hit and Run”
  1. Wanker says:

    What do they mean by “older”? 1985 Toyotas are very different than 99 Toyotas, and both are older.

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  2. Pennie Roberts says:

    This was my sister killed, Suzanne Segura Herndon do you have any other information.

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  3. wanker says:

    I am sorry for your loss. I have no information at all.

    I live not far from there, and as a concerned community member was asking for clarification. Cars tend to change very drastically throughout the years so for example an “Older” 86 Toyota Camry is about 75% as long as a “older” 99 Camry, and bears no resemblance.

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  4. Tim Segura says:

    Dear public, please help my little sister. She loved animals and would not let any cat or dog go homeless , and did not deserve to die.

    Her Brother
    Tim

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  5. Tim Segura says:

    Please Help!!

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  6. Dave Kaplan says:

    Penny and Tim,

    I suggest you contact the Des Moines Police Department for any additional information. Their number is (206) 878-3301. Ask for the detective or officer handling Des Moines Police Case # 12-2566.

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