Pair in motorhome sought after hit-and-run killing on Sacramento Avenue
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE – NOV 6, 2013 –
West Sacramento police are looking for help from the public after a man was struck and killed by an RV in a Sacramento Avenue shopping center parking lot last night.
Lieutenant Tod Sockman of the W.S.P.D. reports that police responded to 960 Sacramento Avenue – a liquor store near Arteaga’s Market – at about 9:40 last night (Oct. 5). They found a deceased man in the parking lot. He had been killed, apparently, after being struck by an RV that fled the scene eastbound on Sacramento Avenue.
Officers believe the killing occurred after the occupants of the motor home had been in an argument with the victim and other people before the killing.
The victim was Michael Ray Anderson, a 55-year old resident of West Sacramento, according to Mark Persons of the Yolo County Sheriff/Coroner’s office.
The motor home is tentatively described as a 1999 Tiffin Allegro, 28 to 30 feet in length. It is off-white with a blue or turquoise “rocker” on the bottom.
The suspects were picked up on video from one of the businesses in the complex. They are described as a white male man and woman, both in their early 30s.
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Police consider this to be a “homicide” investigation. If you have any information about the suspects or the vehicle, you’re asked to phone the West Sacramento police at (916) 372-3375.
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