Vehicle of interest identified after pedestrian struck, killed in York County hit-and-run

Vehicle of interest identified after pedestrian struck, killed in York County hit-and-run
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YORK COUNTY, SC (WBTV) - A pedestrian was struck and killed in York County early Saturday morning has been identified by officials as 38-year-old Peggy Mullinax.

Officials say the fatal hit-and-run happened in the early morning hours on Highway 55.

Mullinax was pronounced dead at the scene.

Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

On Thursday night, officials sent out a flyer providing information on a vehicle of interest in the crash.

Officials are looking for a gold Jeep Liberty made between the years of 2002-2007. Officials say the vehicle should have damage to the center and right front. Additional damage could possibly be located on the windshield and passenger side.

Officials are looking for a gold Jeep Liberty made between the years 2002-2007. Officials say the vehicle should have damage to the center and right front. Additional damage could possibly be located on the windshield and passenger side.
Officials are looking for a gold Jeep Liberty made between the years 2002-2007. Officials say the vehicle should have damage to the center and right front. Additional damage could possibly be located on the windshield and passenger side.

If you have any information about the crash or the vehicle of interest, contact the SC Highway Patrol at 803-896-9621, 1-800-768-1504 or York County CrimeStoppers at 1-877-409-4321.

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