Maryland State Police (MSP) are still searching for the driver in Tuesday's hit-and-run accident on I-97 that killed a 50-year-old Millersville man.
Police said Wilmer R. Borgmann III was ejected from his truck after a crash and was then struck by a vehicle that left the scene, according to police.
"We have nothing new in that investigation," said MSP spokesman Greg Shipley. "We have not made any arrests and have no good suspect information. We are still working on it and still hoping someone out there calls us with that information."
Police believe Borgmann's body landed on the vehicle's hood since it was found more than 200 feet from the point of impact.
The vehicle that struck Borgmann may have extensive front end damage—most likely to the hood and windshield, police said. The vehicle is missing a windshield wiper, which was recovered at the scene.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or may have been in the area at the time is urged to contact police at 410-761-5130.
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