The Red Deer RCMP released photos Tuesday of a suspect vehicle involved in fatal hit and run on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Red Deer RCMP)

Red Deer RCMP release photos of hit and run vehicle

Red Deer RCMP release photo of

hit-and-run vehicle

After a fatal hit and run in Red Deer on Sunday, RCMP has released photos of the suspect vehicle.

The vehicle, a black or dark blue 2000 to 2006 GMC Yukon SUV, with a flat-deck trailer and blue scooter, was last seen travelling westbound on Range Road 391 toward the C&E Trail.

The RCMP is still looking for witnesses to the accident, which sent a 31-year-old male to hospital. He later died of his injuries.

Anyone who recognizes the suspect vehicle, or knows the driver involved, is asked to contact Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575.

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