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Troopers seek help with identifying driver in Kodiak hit-and-run case


ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska State Troopers are seeking the public's help in a hit-and-run case in Kodiak last week.

Troopers say a driver struck 14-year-old girl on her bicycle on July 3 and left without stopping or seeing if she needed help. The girl was treated at a Kodiak hospital.

KTUU reports ( ) that troopers are requesting help in identifying the driver and vehicle.

The vehicle involved was described as a maroon Ford pickup with an aluminum tool box in the bed. Troopers say the truck also had a "KVOK Crab Festival" sticker on the back.

Information from: KTUU-TV,

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