Police in Massachusetts have found a vehicle of interest in connection with a fatal hit-and-run in November.
Shrewsbury police say the vehicle was found when a police detective working a traffic detail spotted it.
The owner of the vehicle, only identified as a West Boylston resident, told police that they were unaware they had hit anyone. The owner is cooperating with the investigation.
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Charges have not been announced.
Fifty-nine-year-old Alma Cico, a Shrewsbury resident, died in Nov. 6 crash. Cico was walking through an intersection at Grafton Street and Municipal Drive in a pouring rain when she was hit by a driver who left the scene.
Police had previously described the suspect's vehicle as a light gray or silver pickup truck with an extended cab or four-door with black rims that had a dent on the upper right-hand side of the tailgate.
Police say their investigation is ongoing.