Police release photos of minivan wanted in fatal Ashburn hit-and-run

The crash happened April 7 on Kedzie Avenue.

SHARE Police release photos of minivan wanted in fatal Ashburn hit-and-run
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Police are searching a minivan driver who struck and killed a pedestrian in April in Ashburn and kept on driving.

A silver Chrysler Town and Country struck and killed 32-year-old Kenneth Harvey Burvender shortly after midnight April 7 in the 8200 block of South Kedzie Avenue, authorities said.

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The van was last seen driving north on Kedzie Avenue, Chicago police said. The minivan may have damaged driver’s side mirror and front-end damage.

Police on Friday released surveillance photos of the minivan.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police’s Major Accident Investigation Unit at (312) 745-4521.

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