Everett Police Seek Help From Public To Locate Drivers In Fatal Hit & Run

June 22, 2023

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Everett Police are asking anyone who has information to give them a call.

Not a lot more detail available from police in Everett, Washington following a fatality hit and run involving a pedestrian and two different vehicles in Evergreen Way early yesterday morning. Here’s the latest and a plea for information from Everett PD.

Traffic Safety detectives are investigating an apparent fatal hit and run that occurred in the 10100 block of Evergreen Way around 4:37 a.m. on Wednesday, June 22, 2023. The incident left a 41-year-old female deceased. Detectives are asking members of the public to please come forward with any information that may help them locate the drivers and vehicles responsible.

Reporting parties and witnesses stated the female had been run over by multiple cars. The vehicle responsible for the initial incident was described by witnesses as a dark-colored SUV, possibly a Toyota. The second vehicle was described as a silver / grey vehicle. No descriptions were received for the additional four or five vehicles that were said to have run over the victim.

If you were in the area around this time and have a vehicle with an onboard camera, please review your footage to find out if you may have recorded part of the incident. If you have seen or heard anything possibly associated with this incident and have not yet reported it, please call 911. Lastly, if you have seen a dark-colored SUV with heavy front-end damage, possibly including windshield damage, please call 911 and provide information.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Everett Police Department TIP LINE at (425) 257-8450 or Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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