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cctv to ID vehicle in hit-and-run accident

POLICE have footage from closed-circuit television cameras outside the Penal Police Station, as part of the investigation into the fatal hit-and-run accident involving grandfather Anthony Marchan.

Police said Tuesday that they are using the footage to identify the vehicle that struck and killed Marchan early Sunday morning.

Up to Tuesday, no one had come forward to name the driver of the vehicle.

Marchan, 59, a father of three and a grandfather of three, of Sunrees Road, suffered multiple fractures and internal bleeding, an autopsy found Tuesday.

Marchan was headed home af ter attending a birthday party, and while attempting to cross the SS Erin Road, near the Penal Police Station, he was hit by a white AD wagon, at around 4 a.m.

He died at the scene. —SM

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