NORWALK — Authorities on Saturday sought the general public’s assist in finding a motorist linked with a felony hit-and-run crash with a motorcyclist in Norwalk, which left the biker with critical accidents.
The suspect drove his van out of the driveway of a comfort retailer on Pioneer Boulevard, north of the 5 Freeway, about 6 a.m. Wednesday, instantly into the trail of a bike going southbound on Pioneer Boulevard, in response to Detective Carl Anna of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Norwalk Station.
“The sufferer’s bike collided into the rear driver’s aspect of the suspect car at full pace,” Anna mentioned. “The sufferer was ejected from the bike and was significantly injured. The suspect car continued driving northbound on Pioneer Boulevard and out of view.”
Paramedics rushed the biker in critical situation to an space hospital, the place he was anticipated to outlive his accidents.
The suspect was captured on video simply previous to the crash shopping for some objects on the comfort retailer.
He was described as a 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-9 Latino man, between 50 and 55 years outdated, weighing roughly 190 kilos with a grey mustache. He was final seen carrying a long-sleeved orange work shirt, with “J.B. Panorama” on the again, blue denims and a white cowboy hat.
The suspect’s car was described as a white 2000-04 Chevrolet Astro van or GMC Safari van with a roof rack.
“There shall be vital injury to the rear driver’s aspect of the suspect car,” Anna mentioned.
The sheriff’s Norwalk Station requested anybody with any data concerning the crash to name them at (562) 863-8711.