WCPD Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying the Vehicle Involved

Westchester County Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the vehicle that struck and seriously injured a pedestrian yesterday at the intersection of Main and Boltis streets in Mount Kisco.

The incident occurred at 5:49 p.m. Sunday when a dark-colored SUV turned left from Main Street on to Boltis Street and struck the pedestrian. The vehicle then fled the scene.

The pedestrian, a 53-year-old man, suffered serious injuries and remains hospitalized at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla.

Anyone who may have witnessed the accident, or any resident or business with video from the area that may have captured an image of the vehicle, is asked to contact the Mount Kisco precinct’s Community Resource Officer – PO Edwin Ramirez – at 914-864-7008.  All calls are confidential.

In addition, the County Police also maintain telephone and electronic tips lines so the public can provide information. Calls, e-mails and text messages to these tips lines are confidential. Tipsters can also remain anonymous if they chose.

  •          Voice Tip Line: (800) 898-TIPS (8477).
  •          Electronic Tips: Send email, text messages and small video clips to
  •          Via Mobile App: The WCPD Mobile App contains a Submit a Tip button on the home screen to enable tips to be sent confidentially or anonymously. The app is available for Apple and Android phones. Enter Westchester County PD in the app store search bar to locate and download it.
Submitted by Yorktown, NY

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