LINCOLN, Neb. -- Lincoln police have located a vehicle which they believe was involved in a hit and run.
Just after 9 p.m. Friday, crews were called to the car versus pedestrian accident at 48th and Madison.
Lincoln Police Sergeant Bob Farber says the suspect vehicle hit a man, then took off. The victim was taken to Bryan West campus and his injuries were considered to be life threatening. The victim's condition has been upgraded to stable condition as of Monday.
The vehicle is described as a smaller gold vehicle with damage to the passenger side and windshield.
According to Lincoln Police Captain Don Scheinost, officers served a search warrant at a storage facility in the Havelock area and located the car which they believe was involved.
Scheinost said they hope to confirm the identity of the driver in the near future.
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