Evansville's eastside is an incredibly busy part of town. The roadways, intersections, and business parking lots are always crowded so it is no surprise when we hear reports of accidents in that area.

Eastside Is Always Congested

Perhaps one of the busiest parking lots on that side of town is the lot for the Walmart located at Burkhardt and the Lloyd Expressway. That was the site of a recent hit and run that has resulted in the Evansville Police Department seeking the help of the public to identify a person of interest.

EPD Needs Your Help

The Evansville Police Department is attempting to identify a woman involved in an incident that took place on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

Evansville Police Department via Facebook
Evansville Police Department via Facebook
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Do You Know This Woman?

According to police, the woman they are seeking to identify was involved in an accident that happened in the parking lot of Evansville's eastside Walmart.

Evansville Police Department via Facebook
Evansville Police Department via Facebook
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Seen Driving a Silver Pickup Truck

Authorities say that the woman was driving a silver pickup truck, but in the image shared by law enforcement the truck, more specifically appears to be a silver Ford F-150.

Attempt to identify regarding Case#22-06634: This female was involved in an accident on the parking lot of Walmart East yesterday (April 12th). She was driving a silver truck.

 

 

Contact the Evansville Police Department's Hit & Run Unit

If you have any information regarding the identity of the woman pictured in the photograph shared by the Evansville Police Department, or the vehicle that she was seen driving, you are encouraged to contact the department's Hit and Run Unit by calling 812-436-7942.

 

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