Police need more help in identifying deadly hit-and-run suspect

Moraine Poilice are searching for a male suspect officials believe was involved in a fatal hit-and-run on Memorial Day Weekend. (Photo Provided)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — There’s a new push by Moraine Police to find the driver in a deadly road rage incident over the memorial day weekend.

2 News talked with the victim’s sister and police about the effort to get answers.

Moraine Police have received a handful of tips since releasing the sketch last week, but say it’s not enough. They need your help. Police released a composite sketch of the suspect.

They also released this stock image of the car they said the suspect was driving. They said it’s a 2009 or newer Dark Red Ford F 1-50 with chrome rails and wheels. Someone driving a truck like the one police described hit and killed Orsa Young, a mother of three young children.

“We haven’t been able to necessarily link any of those tips to positively identify a suspect or even a person of interest yet,” Moraine Police Sgt. Andy Parish said.

“Somebody had to have seen that truck in action so I’m hoping… maybe they didn’t realize it, but every little small thing will help us,” Antoinette Young, who is the victim’s sister, said.

Police are urging the public to look at the image and look at the face and to call the tips hotline if they think they know someone who looks like the person in the sketch.

If you have any information that could help police in their search, call the Moraine Police Department.

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