$5,000 reward offered for information after pedestrian fatally struck by Jeep in Ellicott City

ELLICOTT Town, Md. — UPDATE: Law enforcement believe that they have positioned a white Jeep wanted in a lethal hit and run that occurred June 5 in Ellicott Metropolis, and are no for a longer time in want of the public’s assistance to fix the situation.

Initial Story:

Law enforcement are giving a $5,000 reward for information and facts in identifying a white Jeep Wrangler considered to have been applied to fatally strike a pedestrian in Ellicott City.

Howard County police shared a online video of the suspected motor vehicle involved.

Officers mentioned the human body of 54-yr-aged Michael Fitzpatrick was identified on the side of Old Frederick Highway close to Weatherstone Travel close to 8 a.m. Monday, June 6.

Investigators think Fitzpatrick was struck and killed all over 11 p.m. on Sunday, June 5 when he was walking together with or in the journey portion of the roadway.

Officers gained movie from a nearby residence demonstrating the white Jeep Wrangler close to the scene. A piece of the Jeep’s white fender was found close to the scene.

Any one with details or doorbell online video in the place is questioned to get hold of law enforcement at 410-313-End or [email protected].