PLAINFIELD, CT (WFSB) – the search continues for a suspect the fled from a site visitors stop on Christmas morning.
Plainfield Police say that, around three:50 a.m., an officer attempted to conduct a site visitors cease of a four-door silver Mercury Milan that had been touring down Norwich road with none lights on.
It became additionally decided that the Milan didn’t have a registered registration number plate.
the driver complied after the officer sounded his lights and pulled the vehicle into the automobile parking space of a nearby McDonald’s.
When the officer approached the vehicle, the motive force sped off throughout the drive thru and down Norwich highway.
The officer observed the vehicle a short while later unoccupied and heavily damaged in the area of 1099 Norwich street.
It regarded that the vehicle had lost handle and went off the south aspect shoulder into a entrance yard, the place it came to a cease, but the driver changed into nowhere in sight.
A K9 was brought in to aid officers discover the suspect, but their efforts had been unsuccessful due to the heavy rain and gusty winds.
it’s believed, because of the seriousness of the crash, that the operator could be in want of scientific consideration.
Police described the driver as a white male.
any individual with any assistance is requested to contact Plainfield Police at 860-564-0804.