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Cyclist Hit & Run Press Release Update

Released on Sunday, May 29, 2022

On May 29, 2022 a citizen noticed a gray Nissan Titan parked at City Park in Fort Collins which matched the suspect vehicle description for the hit and run that occurred on May 27th at the NE I-25 Frontage Road north of Mountain Vista Drive. The citizen was aware that police were looking for this vehicle because of the Medina Alert that was issued by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation at the request of Fort Collins Police. The Nissan Titan was missing the front passenger side mirror and had front passenger side damage as well. The citizen contacted police and officers responded and located the vehicle.

“Due to a Medina Alert and an observant community, we were able to quickly locate the vehicle involved in this crash. This case highlights the strong partnership between the community and law enforcement to solve crimes,” said Sergeant Mike Avrech who oversees the Fort Collins Traffic Enforcement Unit.

The Fort Collins Police Department would like to thank the Colorado Bureau of Investigation for their assistance in getting this Medina Alert out to the public as well.

The investigation is ongoing and no further information will be released at this time.