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Omak police officer Josh Petker examines damage on a car involved in a hit-and-run crash at 8:55 a.m. at Riverside Drive and Juniper. Police are searching for a suspect white pickup truck, possibly a Dodge, with damage to a front bumper.
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Updated: Police locate suspect pickup in hit-and-run on East Cherry Street.
OMAK – The Omak Police Department is asking the public for information about a white pickup involved in a two-vehicle, hit-and-run crash Thursday morning.
The collision occurred around 8:55 a.m. at the intersection of Riverside Drive and Juniper Street.
Police are searching for a while older model truck, possibly a Dodge.
There should be damage to a front bumper.
The collision caused a small car to strike and damage a power pole.
LifeLine Ambulance took a man in a car to Mid-Valley Hospital.
Those with information can contact Omak Police at 509-826-1110.
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