LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Las Vegas police provided photos of a suspect vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash in the east valley Thursday night, and officers are asking for the public’s help for more information.

Police said the crash happened at S. Nellis Boulevard and Billman Avenue around 8:25 p.m. A 53-year-old Las Vegas woman died.

Investigation indicates that she was crossing Nellis north of Billman from west to east outside a marked or implied crosswalk. At this moment, an “unknown gray and/or silver sedan” traveled southbound on Nellis north of Billman in the left of two southbound lanes.

Police said a collision happened when the front of the unknown sedan struck the pedestrian. She was projected into the northbound travel lanes where she was struck again by a 65-year-old man’s Honda.

The Honda driver was identified as Robert M. of Las Vegas. Police said he sustained no injuries.

Officers say the driver of the sedan continued southbound without stopping to check on injuries or give information, fleeing the collision scene.

Medical arrived shortly after and said the woman died at the scene.

Police believe they are seeking a 2001-2009 Jaguar X-Type.

“The vehicle should have moderate front-end damage,” police say. “The Jaguar emblem from the hood will also be missing.”

Las Vegas police searching for suspect vehicle and person(s) involved in east valley hit-and-run crash Thursday night at Nellis and Billman.(Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department)

“The pedestrian’s death marks the 26th traffic-related fatality in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s jurisdiction for the year 2024,” police say. “This collision remains under investigation by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Collision Investigation Section.”

Anyone with information is urged by police to call the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Collision Investigation Section at (702)-828-3595 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (702)385-5555,visit or use the mobile app “P3″. Message & Data rates may apply.

Tips directly leading to a felony arrest, or an indictment processed through Crime Stoppers may result in a cash reward.


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