UPDATE (Jan. 30, 10:49 a.m.)—A vigil was held Sunday night for 68-year-old , who was killed in a incident on Jan. 22. Standing along Seven Courts Drive, community members demanded that the driver responsible turn himself or herself in to police, WJZ News reported.
A week after the incident, there are no known suspects in the case, Baltimore County police spokeswoman Louise Rogers-Feher told Patch on Monday.
"The crash team is investigating and still asks for the public's help in finding the suspect," Rogers-Feher said.
At about 7 p.m. Jan. 22, a vehicle stopped to allow Moore to cross Seven Courts Drive. Another vehicle then drove around the stopped vehicle, striking and killing her, police said. The vehicle then fled the scene.
The suspect vehicle is described as a light-colored, four-door Ford 500 sedan, built between 2005 and 2007. It likely has damage to the right front bumper, the right headlight and possibly the hood and right front panel, she said. No information is available on the vehicle's license plates.
Anyone with information that could assist in the ongoing investigation is asked to call police at 410-307-2020.
Neighbors, during the vigil, also called for along the busy roadway, the report stated.
While police say the hit-and-run incident was not directly related to speed, community members say it reflects the roadway's .
are not an option along Seven Courts Drive, told Patch last week. The only options for speed reduction include increased police enforcement, a radar display board or the installation of a within Seven Oaks Elementary's school zone, Marks said.
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