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Video shows suspect in fatal League City hit-and-run

League City detectives are asking for help  finding a driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run Thursday morning in the 1900 block of E. Marina Bay Drive.

A 45-year-old man was riding a bicycle around 2:30 a.m. when he was struck by what appeared to be a gray or silver four-door vehicle, according to the League City Police Department.

A motorist called emergency officials to report the incident and remained with the man until EMS and police arrived.

The injured cyclist was taken to Clear Lake Regional Hospital where he was later pronounced dead from head injuries he suffered during the accident.

His next of kin have not yet been notified, according to the police department.

Authorities have released a link to a video of the driver believed to be involved in the incident.

Reagan Pena, a spokesperson for the League City Police Department, said the surveillance video was taken from a guard shack in front of a gated community, Waterford Harbor, at the corner of N. Compass Rose Blvd. and W. Marina Bay Drive.

In the footage taken sometime after the crash, a female driver can be seen attempting to repair  damage to her car with help from a security guard.

"This is all we have to go on at this point," said Pena. "We'd like to find this woman and talk to her."

Source: http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/bayarea/crime-courts/article/Video-shows-suspect-in-fatal-League-City-5314566.php?t=5ff481da45

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