GREEN BAY - Green Bay police are looking for two more vehicles in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash last week.
Officers are looking two black SUV-type vehicles. Witnesses saw them pull over next to each other soon after the crash while others stopped to help. The vehicles then left, headed east on Main Street.
The crash happened July 8 on the 1400 block on Main Street. Daryl Wayke, 52, was hit by a Pontiac Grand Am, which police have not found. He later died at a hospital.
- Click through the photos to the left to see surveillance images of the Grand Am.
Anyone with information on the crash, the driver of the Grand Am or the two black SUVs, is asked to call police at (920) 448-3208.
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