MPD investigating a hit-and-run that happened New Year’s Eve

MEDFORD, Ore.- 1/2/24 UPDATE: Medford Police are still looking for the driver involved in a possible felony hit-and-run that took place New Year’s Eve.

MPD says the victim was taken to the hospital for a head injury. They were released from the hospital the same day.

The suspect has not yet been identified, but MPD is looking for a silver 2016-2022 Chevy Malibu with damage to the passenger-side mirror. Anyone who has information on the incident are asked to contact Medford police.

1/1/24: Medford police are investigating a hit-and-run that took place New Year’s Eve.

According to MPD, a pedestrian was injured by the vehicle and transported to the hospital. It took place around 7:00 pm on December 31st on West 10th and South Grape Street downtown.

MPD is looking for tips from the public. If you know anything, contact the agency.

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