Harrison police release images of suspected vehicle in last weekend’s hit-and-run of 90-year-old woman

While there are no new details available about the hit and run that injured a 90-year-old woman over the weekend in Harrison, police here have released surveillance images of the vehicle believed to have hit the woman.

The license plates cannot be made out because of the graininess of the images.

If you have any information about this incident, call the Harrison Police Department at 973-483-4100.

Click here to read our original report about the hit-and-run.

Images below courtesy of the Harrison Police Department.

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