Authorities searching for car after hit-and-run
ASCENSION- Deputies are searching for a car that was involved in a hit-and-run late Saturday night in Darrow.
According to a release, at approximately 10 p.m. a dark-colored sedan driving at a high rate of speed ran a stop sign and hit a residence on Hemmingway Drive and left the scene. No injuries were reported.
During an investigation, deputies were able to view surveillance video to obtain a possible make and model of the car. Authorities are looking for a 2005-2010 model Chrysler 300 with heavy front end damage and missing a driver's side mirror.
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