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TPD Release Images of Hit & Run Suspect's Truck

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Tulsa Police need your help to identify the suspect responsible for a hit and run crash.

A city bus driver witnessed it last week and helped the victim.

TPD released this surveillance images of a Ford F-150 driving next to the bus heading east on Pine last Monday.

Just past Harvard, the bus driver stopped at a railroad crossing but the suspect did not.

The truck hit Raymond Davidson and kept going.

Davidson is still in the hospital in fair condition.

The suspect's truck is either maroon or red and built between 1992 and 1996.

Police say the truck should have damage to the right front grill and headlight.

If you know anything about this, call CrimeStoppers at 918-596-COPS.

You can remain anonymous and still earn a cash reward.

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