Police Seek Help in Fatal Freetown Pedestrian Hit-and-Run
Police continue to seek the public's assistance in an effort to solve a months-old pedestrian fatality in Freetown, the office of Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn said today.
Freetown police were called to the area of 130 County Road at about 1 a.m. on Tuesday, September 1. The victim, identified as 35-year-old Christopher Pennenga of Freetown, was found lying in the roadway with significant injuries. He was pronounced dead a short time later.
Police say the vehicle involved in the incident is believed to be a black or dark-colored sedan. The vehicle may or may not have sustained some damage to its tire, wheel well or undercarriage.
Anyone with information about the case, or anyone who may have seen the sedan during or after the incident, is urged to contact Detective Shane Kelley of the Freetown Police Department at 508-763-4017.
Massachusetts State Police detectives from Quinn's office are being assisted in the active and ongoing investigation by the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section and Freetown Police.