(Photo by Cleveland Police)
UPDATE: The vehicle has been found, but police still seek out the driver. More Below...
(CLEVELAND) - Cleveland police are searching for a white Toyota Camry with heavy front end damage which has the letters "GTD" in its license plate. That's the car they think hit and killed Cleveland Officer David Fahey early this morning on I-90 westbound near Warren Road.
"We need to get that vehicle found," Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said during a morning news conference. "If that person's out there, turn yourself in. If not, we'll find you."
Cleveland police union president Steve Loomis became emotional as he spoke about Officer Fahey. "Everybody's going through a really hard time right now," he said.
Digital boards along the highways are also asking drivers to look out for the "damaged white Camry."
Anybody with information is asked to call the Cleveland Police Department at 216-621-1234.
UPDATE: Cleveland Police have found the vehicle involved in the hit and run. The driver, however, was not in the house the vehicle was parked in front of, and is still at large.
Police find car believed to be involved in hit skip that killed Cleveland police officer pic.twitter.com/fXTIu42HII— Adam Ferrise (@AdamFerrise) January 24, 2017
SOURCES: Driver in hit n skip of Police Officer killed in Cleveland has yet to be located. Was not at the house in Lorain.— Scott Taylor ABC 7 (@ScottTaylorTV) January 24, 2017