Posted: Jul 11, 2012 9:16 AM
Updated: Jul 11, 2012 9:21 AM
TUCSON - Tucson Police have released a photo of the front bumper of the vehicle found at the scene of the hit-and-run incident that fatally injured Nogales firefighter Sterling Lytle.
The bumper, believed to be from an Orange 2005 Chevrolet Silverado Sport pickup truck or a Chevrolet Avalanche, came off the truck and was left at the scene on the early morning of June 28, according to a news release from Tucson Police Department.
Anyone with information on the location of the vehicle or the identity of the driver is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME. Citizens can send anonymous text and web tips to the Tucosn Police department using a new app called TipSoft. This new program lets citizens send anonymous tips online via their iPhone or Android devices, the release states. Citizens can also send a text message to "CRIMES" (274637) beginning with the keyword "TucsonPD" from a mobile phone.
Lytle was laid to rest Monday in Tucson. The 25-year-old was taken off of life support July 3. Authorities say Lytle was hit by a truck June 28th when he stopped to confront a driver who had been following him and a friend in Tucson.
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