Police seek public’s help tracking down Covina hit-and-run driver


COVINA — Police sought the public’s help Friday in tracking down the driver of a BMW who fled the scene after a crash that seriously injured a motorcyclist earlier this month.
The crash took place at 10:17 p.m. June 18 at Workman and Eastbury avenues, Covina police Sgt. Ray Marquez said in a written statement.
The motorcyclist involved in the collision suffered “severe injuries,” the sergeant said.
“The suspect vehicle continued northbound on Eastbury Avenue at a high rate of speed, leaving the motorcyclist down in the street,” Marquez said.
Police described the car as a gray, 2005 to 2008 BMW 745 or 750 series. The car had four doors and sustained damage to the front left bumper and headlight.
Further details regarding the circumstances of the collision were not available Friday.
Any witnesses, or anyone with information was asked to contact Covina police Officer Rick Ramirez at 626-384-5673.


Covina police are seeking a BMW sedan similar to the one pictures here in connection with a hit-and-run crash that left a motorcyclist badly injured at Workman and Eastbury avenues in Covina on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. (Courtesy of the Covina Police Department)

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