Detectives looking for Jeep Grand Cherokee in fatal hit and run

Sheriffs detectives say they believe a late 1992 to 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee could be the vehicle that struck and killed a Marysville woman sometime early Wednesday morning on 34th Ave. NE on the Tulalip Reservation.
The woman was walking north on 34th Ave. NE near the east shoulder of the road when she was struck by a vehicle in the 12400 block. Her body was discovered nearby in a grassy strip between 34th and I-5 by a driver headed south on I-5.
Evidence gathered at the scene points toward the vehicle being a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Detectives emphasize that they believe its a Jeep Grand Cherokee as opposed to just a Jeep Cherokee. The vehicle should have damage to the front passenger side. The color of the vehicle is not known.
The Sheriffs Office has received some tips on its tip line and detectives are still working to contact those people
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the Sheriffs Office tip line at 425-388-3845.

Marysville woman dies in apparent hit-and-run accident

TULALIP The name of the victim has not been released and the incident still is under investigation, but the county sheriff's office said a Marysville woman, 58, was the victim of a hit-and-run accident April 2.
According to sheriff's office Public Information Officer Rebecca Hover, the woman was found about 6:40 a.m. near 34th Avenue NE on the Tulalip Reservation. A driver headed south on I-5 spotted the body and called police.
Initial reports from Hover had the body near 116th Street. According to Hover, by mid-morning, investigators believed the victim was walking north on 34th Avenue near the east shoulder of the road and struck by an unknown vehicle in roughly the 12400 block. Officials found her body in a grassy strip between 34th Avenue and the freeway. Sheriff reports estimated the time of the collision as between 4:45 a.m. and 6:45 a.m.
According to Hover, officials do not know why the woman was on the street and have no information about the vehicle involved. Police are asking anyone with information to call the sheriff's tip line at 425-388-3845.
The woman's identity and the exact cause of death was to be released at an undetermined time by the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office.
A spokesman for the Tulalip Tribal police said his office was asked to aid with traffic control and had no further information. He added Tulalip officers left the scene about 9 a.m.

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