Fairfield Man Offers Reward In Hit-and-run

Updated 1 year ago

FAIRFIELD, Maine (AP) — A Fairfield man whose car was destroyed by a hit-and-run driver is offering a reward for information that leads to the motorist’s identity.

Joseph Jenness is offering a $250 reward for any information about the pickup truck that struck his 2005 Ford Mustang on Norridgewock Road last week.

The truck, which police think was a Ford F-150 with an extended cab, drove away after hitting the 62-year-old Jenness’ car from behind and sending it crashing into a tree.

Jenness was uninjured and said he had insurance on the Mustang. He tells the Morning Sentinel, he just doesn’t like the idea of a reckless driver getting away with causing an accident.

Police Chief Thomas Gould says his officers have identified one suspect.


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