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Concord police seek vehicle in hit-and-run incident

The Concord Police Department pulled this image from the security surveillance at the McDonald's at 90 South Main Street in Concord of the man they think is a suspect in a hit-and-run incident in the store's parking lot. 

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The Concord Police Department pulled this image from the security surveillance at the McDonald's at 90 South Main Street in Concord of the man they think is a suspect in a hit-and-run incident in the store's parking lot. Courtesy

The Concord police are looking for help identifying a driver who backed into another vehicle in the South Main Street McDonald’s parking lot last month, then drove off.

The police said that about 7:35 p.m. on Sept. 17, a black station wagon – possibly a Volvo – backed into a gray Honda Accord in the McDonald’s lot. The Honda’s grill, front bumper and hood were damaged.

“The suspect neither made contact with nor left information for the owner of the Honda,” the police said in a statement, adding that he was white, had dark hair, glasses, was in his late 20s or 30s, and was wearing a black shirt and pants.

Yesterday, the police released a surveillance photo and asked for anyone with information to contact them at 226-3100 or online at concordregionalcrimeline.com.

Any thoughts as why in this day of technology, McDonald's, stores, and banks can't take a better picture of a person standing still?

They "think" he is the suspect? I hope so because he is in a picture in the Monitor.

The Concord police are always looking for help. Maybe they should chase him down with their new quarter of a million dollar Bearcat.

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