CHESTER, Pa. - Police need the public's help identifying a man who was struck and killed by a vehicle along 291 near Church Street in Chester on Thanksgiving.
"This person is a human being and he has an identity. His family whoever they are deserves that closure," Chester Police Detective Jamison Rogers said. "He was able to be fingerprinted; however, nothing came back with his ID."
He also says the driver is cooperating and the accident remains under investigation.
Police released a sketch of the victim.
Chester police need help identifying a man struck and killed on Thanksgiving.
So far, police believe the man may have been homeless and are hoping somebody will recognize him.
"He's approximately 5-foot-10, either a light-skinned male or Hispanic age, between late 40s to mid to late 50s," Rogers said. "This is someone’s son or he could be a father possibly a grandfather that’s really important you never just want to have a John Doe."
Anyone who believes they recognize this individual, please contact Detective Rogers at 610-723-7991 or firstname.lastname@example.org, CID Detective T. Deery at 484-639-2075 and/or email@example.com.
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