Maui police list possible vehicles involved in hit-and-run as they continue to search for driver

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — Maui police continue to investigate a motor vehicle collision that almost killed a pedestrian on Sunday, June 27, on Makani Road, 143 feet northeast of Haleakala Highway in Makawao.

Investigators are looking for a vehicle with a broken right-front turn signal light assembly on the passenger side and possible damages to the vehicle’s hood.

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Below is a chart for the possible make, model and year of the vehicle. The vehicle color and license plates remain unknown at this time.

MAKEMODELYEAR
FORDE150 ½ Ton Econoline Club Wagon1992 – 1999
FORDE350 1 Ton Econoline Club Wagon1992 – 1998
FORDE150 ½ Ton Econoline – VAN1992 – 2002
FORDE250 ¾ Ton Econoline – VAN1992 – 2002
FORDE350 1 Ton Econoline – VAN1992 – 1998
FORDE350 Super Duty 1 Ton1999 – 2002
FORDE450 Super Duty 1 ½ Ton1999
FORDE Super Duty1996 – 1998

The last known direction of travel for this vehicle was northeast (Haiku direction) on Makani Road on Sunday, June 27, at approximately 8:10 p.m.

Anyone who may have information regarding this crash is asked to contact Ofc. Ryan Ehlers of the MPD Traffic Division-Vehicle Homicide Unit at 808-244-6364 or Maui Police Department’s non-emergency number at (808) 244-6400.

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