CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.– UPDATE (February 19): Police have arrested the driver in a hit & run incident that left two parked vehicles totaled.
Thanh Q Ly, 36, is facing accidents involving damage to unattended vehicle or property, reckless driving, and immediate notice of accident to police department charges.
The striking vehicle, a black Land Rover SUV, was located in Ly’s driveway on Hollar Ave. in Shippensburg.
It had significant front end damage.
Ly admitted to police that he was the one driving the vehicle when it struck the two parked cars and fled because he was scared.
Now, he is facing charges.
PREVIOUSLY: Police are searching for an SUV with heavy front right and right side damage following a hit-and-run incident that left two parked vehicles totaled.
On February 17 around 11:25 p.m., a black Land Rover SUV was driving eastbound on E. King St. and stayed straight at the curve just after King & Prince Street and struck two unoccupied parked vehicles, totaling both.
After the crash, the driver fled north on Route 11 towards the intersection of King St. and Walnut Bottom Road.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361 or via the tip form on the website.