South Bend police looking for car that struck and killed pedestrian

(Photo supplied/ABC 57)

South Bend Police are looking for the driver they say struck and killed a man in his 60’s, then took off from the scene.

It happened just before 9 p.m. Sunday at Adams and Humbolt Streets, according to our reporting partners at ABC 57.

Eyewitnesses told police they believe the vehicle was a white Chevrolet. It likely has front-end damage due to the collision.

Police have not announced any possible suspects. Police have not identified the man who died.

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