Millbrook police searching for clues to hit-and-run

Published 8:55am Monday, September 9, 2013

A Millbrook man is in critical but stable condition in a Montgomery hospital after being struck by a vehicle last Saturday night at the intersection of Sandtown Road and Abrams Drive.
Millbrook police are asking for the public’s help in finding the individual who is responsible for hitting the 44-year-old man.
“Due to the evidence found at the scene, we believe the vehicle that struck (the man) is a 2005-2007 Nissan Altima of an unknown color,” Millbrook Police Chief P.K. Johnson said. “The vehicle in question should have damage to the front area of the vehicle.”
The Millbrook man is suffering from head and internal injuries as well as several broken bones, according to Johnson.
At this point no witnesses have come forward.
“He is someone’s father, son or loved one, yet he was left in the road for dead,” Johnson added. “I would ask anyone that may have information in this case to place themselves on the other side of the equation. What if it were you or your loved one? Would you not want someone to come forward for you?”
Anyone who has any information about the incident is asked to call the Millbrook Police Department at 334-285-6832 or they may call the Secret Witness Line at 334-285-8500.

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