EVERETT, MASS. (WHDH) - There was a heavy police presence in Everett Saturday as investigators inspected a pickup truck matching the description of the vehicle involved in a deadly Charlestown hit-and-run accident.
Authorities blocked off the intersection of Waverly and Warren streets as they collected evidence from a white pickup truck with front-end damage just one day after Boston police released surveillance images of a similar-looking truck that was believed to be involved in the crash Thursday night.
The Boston Police Department canceled the community alert seeking the public’s help in identify the suspected truck on Sunday.
Police said the truck they are looking for would have some front-end damage but they declined to confirm if the truck found at the intersection was the vehicle in question.
The truck was towed from the scene.
The logo of Anai’s Landscaping company could be seen on the side.
The owner of the company, who wished to remain anonymous, said he sold the truck five months ago and that his company was not involved in the hit-and-run.
The identity of the victim killed in the accident has not been released.
Boston police say the investigation is active and ongoing at this time.
The intersection has since reopened.
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