Hit and Run Surveillance Video Released by Victoria Sheriff’s Department
HIT AND RUN SURVEILLANCE VIDEO:
Surveillance video was just released by the Victoria Sheriff's Department about a hit and run that occurred in Downtown Victoria on Sunday morning. On Sunday morning, July 18, 2021, at 0618 am, a 2013-2015 Blue Chevrolet Malibu left the parking lot of a local business by jumping the curb on Forrest St. at Glass St. The vehicle then traveled east on Forrest Street next to the Victoria County Courthouse. The blue Malibu is seen on the County security video as it strikes a Victoria County admin car parked in the street. The blue Malibu backs up twice and strikes the County vehicle two more times before backing and driving off. SEE THE VIDEO BY CLICKING HERE
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IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION:
On a side note, this might be some of the clearest surveillance I have ever see. If you have any information about this vehicle and or the drivers who committed this 'hit and run', please contact Victoria Police Department at 361-573-3221 and refer to case number 2021-006544. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 572-4200.
NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING:
The next community meeting with the Victoria Police Department will take place on Thursday, July 22nd at Holy Family Church at 6:30. This meeting will be open to all residents that live north of Airline Dr. in Victoria. Here is a chance to learn and ask questions about what is going on in your neighborhood. You will also meet the zone officers that patrol your neighborhoods as well. Get more information about the community by clicking here.
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