Police Locate SUV Believed From Deadly Hit-And-Run

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The State Patrol believes it has found the vehicle that killed a man in a hit-and-run earlier this week.

The incident happened around 11 p.m. Tuesday night on the Cedar-Riverside exit of Westbound Interstate 94.

The State Patrol said 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong of Roseville was filling his car with gas on the off-ramp when he was hit by a vehicle.

Phanthavong died from his injuries. He was a head chef at True Thai Restaurant in Minneapolis, where he had worked for eight years.

Police say they recovered a gold 2009 Mercedes ML350, but they’re still looking for the driver.

Again, police are asking anyone who has any information on the hit-and-run to contact them.

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  1. godless says:

    lets see if the rich get away with murder this time.

    1. Stay inside and lock the doors says:

      Might be rich, may also be an idot with a $800 car payment and a POS studio apartment. Either way, when “they” are caught, they wont be able to buy there way out of this one. The charges keep racking up the longer they’re on the lamb.

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