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.

READ MORE: NH Police Searching For Missing 5-Year-Old Boy Elijah Lewis

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.

READ MORE: Case Of Rat-Borne Bacterial Disease Identified In Boston

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.

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

MORE NEWS: 12-Year-Old Boy Struck By Car, Seriously Injured In Taunton

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