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Crime Stoppers: Failure to render aid

Police say the man in this security image (seen with female also being sought) drove the pickup that struck a pair of motorcyclists in March. Police say the man in this security image (seen with female also being sought) drove the pickup that struck a pair of motorcyclists in March.
Police say it appears to be a white, F-250, long wheel base model with company markings. (Source: security footage) Police say it appears to be a white, F-250, long wheel base model with company markings. (Source: security footage)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Unfortunately vehicle crashes happen all too often. But the majority of those don't involve criminal activity.

However, we do have a crash crime to tell you about. According to Huntsville Police, a motorcycle was headed south on Memorial Parkway near the Byrd Spring Road intersection back on Sept. 8 2013.

A truck pulled out of a Citgo convenience store and collided with the motorcycle, sending the two people riding on it flying onto the road.

But instead of stopping to help, police say the driver of the truck took off, doing a quick u-turn and heading north on the parkway.

We have surveillance photos of the two crooks, a man and a woman, minutes before the crash as they stopped at that Citgo. Police say the man was driving.

We have some decent looks at those two, and an even better look at the truck they were in.

Police say it appears to be a white, F-250, long wheel base model with some company markings on the doors.

Anything look familiar to you? That's the up-to-a thousand dollar question.

If you can help police solve this one, make the anonymous call to 256-53-Crime.

Or to text or e-mail an anonymous tip, head to our Crime Stoppers page for details.

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