METHUEN (CBS) – Police in Methuen are looking for the driver who struck and killed a 57-year-old man Monday night.
The man, who has not been identified, was standing next to a tow truck that was delivering a vehicle to his house on Jackson Street when he was hit at about 8:40 p.m.READ MORE: Northeastern's Planned Expansion Has Nahant Neighbors Divided
Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon asked residents who live between Ranger Road and Pleasant Valley Street to check their home security cameras for any video that might help their search.
UPDATE pedestrian fatal hit and run. Anyone living on Jackson St from Ranger Rd to Pleasant Valley St please check your security cameras for a vehicle traveling towards Pleasant Valley St around 8:40pm tonight 10/14. If you have any video please call @MethuenPolice at 9789838698
— Joseph E. Solomon 🇺🇸 (@ChiefSolomon) October 15, 2019READ MORE: 6 Mass Vaccination Sites Will Open To People Without Appointments As State Prepares To Vaccinate Children
Police were seen at a home on Brook Street overnight, less than a mile from where the hit-and-run happened.
A white sedan was towed from the home. It had front end damage, a smashed windshield and the side mirror was hanging off. However, police have not confirmed whether this was the car that was involved. Investigators could also be seen taking bags of evidence out of the house.MORE NEWS: Vice President Kamala Harris Visits Rhode Island
Anyone with information is asked to contact Methuen Police.