Toronto police say they have released an image of what investigators believe is the suspect vehicle wanted in connection with a fatal pedestrian-involved collision.
It was on Saturday at around 11pm when police responded to an injured pedestrian at Weston Road and Knob Hill Drive.
Police said the driver of a black 2004-2005 BMW 3 Series was driving northbound on Weston Road when a pedestrian was struck.
The driver did not stay at the scene and drove off, police said.
The pedestrian, a 52-year-old man, suffered serious injuries. He was taken to hospital where he later died, police said.
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Police said about 15 minutes after the incident, the vehicle was seen again in the Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West area.
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Investigators said the vehicle likely has damage to the front passenger side headlight (right turn assembly), a missing passenger side mirror, a broken or missing front lower left bumper grille insert and a broken windshield on the passenger side.
Anyone with security or dash camera footage between 11 am Saturday and 12:30 am Sunday and were in the Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue to Sheppard Avenue areas to contact police.
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