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Police looking for Subaru suspected in Homewood hit-and-run crash

Aaron Aupperlee
Photo courtesy of Pittsburgh police
Pittsburgh police are looking for a 2011 to 2012 brown Subaru Legacy that matches the car in this stock photo provided by police. The car is suspected in a hit-and-run crash Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, in Homewood that put a man in the hospital in critical condition.

Pittsburgh police Tuesday released new information about the car suspected in a hit and run crash Monday in Homewood.

Police are looking for a 2011 to 2012 brown Subaru Legacy with damage to the left side from hitting a man.

The man, who has not been identified, was taken to the hospital in critical condition.

The crash happened at about 4:40 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Fifth and Frankstown avenues. Medics found the man unconscious in the crosswalk. The driver fled the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police’s Collision Investigation Unit at (412) 937-3051.

Aaron Aupperlee is a Tribune-Review assistant news editor. You can contact Aaron via Twitter .

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