Police investigating fatal hit-and-run in Millbrae

A man in his 30s was fatally struck by a vehicle while crossing busy El Camino Real on Tuesday night, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

The man was walking east in the crosswalk at El Camino Real and Ludeman Lane when he was struck by a vehicle traveling south on El Camino Real at about 8:40 p.m. The vehicle then drove away.

Responding sheriff’s deputies found the man lying in the street with major injuries. He was taken to a hospital, where he died.

Investigators are looking for a small silver or light colored SUV similar to Toyota RAV4 with some type of visible damage.

Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to call sheriff’s Detectives Joe Cang at (650) 259-2417 or Jcang@smcgov.org or Det. Gaby Chaghouri at (650) 259-2314 or Gchaghouri@smcgov.org

Anonymous tips can be made by calling the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Anonymous Tip Line at 1-800- 547-2700.

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