STOUGHTON (CBS) — Stoughton Police are searching for a car that was seen driving away from a fatal crash last week.

Last Tuesday evening, a GMC Sierra pickup truck with a couple inside veered off of Plain Street and crashed into a tree. Police said, 48-year-old Michael Luddington, of Kingston, and 38-year-old Angela Goodrich, of Stoughton, were likely killed on impact.

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Two people were killed when a pickup truck crashed in Stoughton (WBZ-TV)

On Wednesday, police tweeted photos of a car that was nearby at the time of the crash. The vehicle is described as a 2004-2005 Subaru Forester Turbo with a vent in the hood.

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Stoughton police are looking for this car seen driving away from the scene of a fatal crash (Photo Courtesy: Stoughton Police)

A neighborhood store’s surveillance camera captured the car in question. Police said they do not know if or how the car would be involved with the crash yet.

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Stoughton police are looking for this car seen driving away from the scene of a fatal crash (Photo Courtesy: Stoughton Police)

If anyone sees the car, they are asked to call Stoughton Police at 781-344-2424.