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Vehicle might be connected to fatal hit-and-run

BELOIT — The Beloit Police Department reported Friday that a vehicle seized on Thursday is believed to be connected with a hit-and-run fatality that occurred on July 18 in Beloit.
Diane Sibley, 43, the victim of that crime, died Monday from her injuries at St. Francis Via Christi.
Lt. Ryan Stocker, of Beloit, said “due to the investigation” a vehicle believed to be involved in Sibley’s death was searched by the Beloit Police Department, Kansas Highway Patrol and the Salina Crime Scene Unit.
Reached by phone Friday afternoon, Stocker would not say what type of vehicle  was searched, who owned it or what evidence was taken from the search.
According to a news release, evidence from the vehicle was collected and was sent to the Kansas Bureau of Investigations for further testing.
“The result of this testing may take several weeks,” Stocker said.
For more on this story, see Saturday’s Salina Journal.

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