Police search for hit-and-run suspect

Police are hunting for a hit-and-run driver responsible for wrecking two parked cars Sunday morning.According to residents on Greene Avenue in Bedford Stuyvesant, someone was

BROOKLYN - Police are hunting for a hit-and-run driver responsible for wrecking two parked cars Sunday morning.

According to residents on Greene Avenue in Bedford Stuyvesant, someone was driving in the wrong direction on their one-way street around 6:30 a.m. The driver slammed into two parked cars and then fled the scene.

A Toyota Avalon and Chevy truck both received front-end damage from the collision. The truck also had a flat tire. Residents say the suspect left behind a rear tail light.

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