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Police seek hit-and-run driver who injured a Grand Forks man this morning

Police are asking the public for help identifying a car involved in a hit-and-run crash after a man was injured at 3:30 a.m. today at the intersection of Demers Avenue and South Washington Street in Grand Forks.

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Police are asking the public for help identifying a car involved in a hit-and-run crash after a man was injured at 3:30 a.m. today at the intersection of Demers Avenue and South Washington Street in Grand Forks.

Chase Bryant, 22, of Grand Forks, was driving a 2008 Chevrolet Aveo west on South Washington Street when a northbound vehicle disregarded a traffic signal and hit Bryant's vehicle in the driver's side, according to a release from the Grand Forks Police Department.

The suspect's vehicle then fled the scene of the crash.

An ambulance brought Bryant to Altru Hospital. The extent of his injuries are unknown at this time.

The suspect's vehicle is described as a white passenger car with the newer style of North Dakota license plates. The first three numbers of the plates are believed to be 200, and the vehicle likely has damage and red paint transfer in its front bumper and grill area. It was last seen driving north on North Washington Street near First Avenue North, according to the police report.

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Anyone with information related to the identity of the driver or owner of the car is asked to call the police at (701) 787-8000, email investigate@grandforksgov.com or text the word "Tipster" and the tip to 847411.

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