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INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember the call IMPD put out looking for a White Ford F250 truck.

On the night of July 8th, Tiffany Price was walking down beside Crown Hill Cemetary on MLK and 33rd street.

Price was struck by that truck, which pushed her into oncoming traffic where she was hit again by a second vehicle. Both of the vehicles involved fled the scene and did not assist Price.

Pieces of a headlight from that Ford truck were found at the scene. That evidence alongside cellphone pings and surveillance videos allowed IMPD detectives to track down the truck.

IMPD sent out a photo of the truck with lettering on the door, a light bar, and a rack on the top, in the hopes that it could lead witnesses to coming forward as to any more information on the driver.

Eventually their investigation led to one driver, Bruce Lane.

The truck he was driving was owned by the company he worked for. A couple days later, Lane told his boss that the damage sustained to the truck was actually from hitting a deer.

IMPD tracked down the truck on July 10th and were able to perfectly match it with pervious from the surveillance videos and evidence at the scene of the crime. Lane has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death of catastrophic injury.