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Police search for driver in fatal hit-and-run crash

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Police are looking for the driver responsible in Friday night's hit-and-run crash in Yigo.

Family and friends of the victim, Ocando Sones, have posted about the loss of their loved one on social media.

The Guam Police Department's Highway Patrol officers responded just before midnight to the scene along Route 15 by Chalan Momi and Tun Juan Dolores Street.

Medics performed CPR on Sones who was found lying on the roadway. He was rushed to Guam Regional Medical City but didn't survive. Eyewitnesses told investigators that a blue sedan was last seen taking off from the area.

Anyone with information that could help find the person responsible for Sones' death is asked to call police or Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-4357.

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