Hit and run on Washington

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A reckless driver pulled a hit a pedestrian on Washington Avenue on Aug. 19.

The victim was between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street at 8:10 pm when a Porsche Cayenne clipped her. She sustained minor injuries, but the driver of the luxury SUV sped off.

Cold wheels

A clunker-hungry crook hotwired a 1999 Jeep Cherokee parked on Lincoln Place between Washington and Underhill avenues.

The owner of the SUV locked it at 9 am on Aug. 21, but when he returned to the spot at noon two days later, the vehicle was gone.

Posted 12:25 am, August 26, 2009
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