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Police Release Sketch of Woman Suspected in Connection With Fatal Brooklyn Park Hit-and-Run

Nearly two weeks after the accident, Anne Arundel County police officers continue to search for the woman driving the car that struck and killed Baltimore resident Alex Hernandez.

Anne Arundel County Police released a composite sketch of the woman they believe was driving the car that struck a Baltimore man as he rode his bicycle and fled the scene July 14 in Brooklyn Park.

Police describe the woman as being a 30-to 40-year-old black woman, standing 5-feet-6-inches or shorter, having short hair and a medium frame of about 135 to 150 pounds. She was seen wearing wearing pink medical scrubs the day of the accident, police said in a press release.

It is believed she was driving a sport utility vehicle (SUV), possibly maroon in color, with a body style similar to a Ford Escape or Jeep Liberty. The SUV is believed to have damage to the hood and passenger side headlamp, windshield and mirror.

According to police Alex Canales Hernandez, 25, of Baltimore was attempting to cross Ritchie Highway at Bon Air Avenue the morning of July 14 when he was hit. He later died from his injuries.

Anyone with information is asked to call Cpl. Kenneth Collier at 410-222-8573.

Metro Crime Stoppers: If you have information on the above incident, please call, email or text your tip to Metro Crime Stoppers. A hotline is available 24 hours a day toll-free at 866-7LOCKUP or text "MCS" plus your message to CRIMES (274637).

Phone calls are not recorded and callers remain anonymous. You may also be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.

keetiebug July 27, 2011 at 11:40 AM
I hope she's brought to justice real soon.
Stephanie H. July 27, 2011 at 02:26 PM
Kuddos to the person who gave this description. It's very suspicous to me as to why she would get out, look and DRIVE OFF?
John Thomas July 30, 2011 at 03:21 PM
was she on the cell phone at the time of accident ?

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