BREAKING: Police locate suspected vehicle in fatal hit-and-run involving 14-year-old boy

BERLIN, Md. – Maryland State Police have located the vehicle suspected to be involved in the fatal pedestrian hit and run that claimed the life of a 14-year-old boy in Worcester County.

The suspected vehicle is a 2011 black Mercedes sedan, which was located by police at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Sunday at a residence in Worcester County. The damages on the Mercedes match the suspected damages consistent with the crash and the evidence left at the scene.

The vehicle has been towed to the Maryland State Police Berlin Barrack for processing.

The incident happened on July 11th, when police say it is believed that the 14-year-old Ocean Pines boy was a pedestrian on Grays Corner Road at Riddle Lane when he was hit and killed by a vehicle traveling east on Grays Corner Road.

State Police are continuing to search for the individual operating the Mercedes at the time of the incident. Anyone who witnessed the crash or may have information about the driver of the suspected vehicle is urged to contact Maryland State Police Corporal Kevin Moore at 410-819-4721.

Our original story and information on a GoFundMe set up for the family can be found here.

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