Police no longer searching for driver, vehicle wanted in deadly South Philadelphia hit-and-run

Police announced on Tuesday that they are no longer searching for the driver or the vehicle wanted in a deadly South Philadelphia hit-and-run over the weekend. 

Authorities say a 43-year-old woman was struck and killed as she was crossing Oregon Avenue on Sunday evening, just after 5:30. 

The driver of a silver SUV continued eastbound on Oregon Ave. after striking the woman, according to authorities. The woman was pronounced on scene by medics. 

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For the last two days, police were seeking the public's help in identifying the vehicle and its driver, but they ceased their search on Tuesday when they announced that a 2004 Volkswagen Golf was recovered. 

Authorities say no charges have been filed at this time and the investigation is still active with the Crash Investigation Division.