Boise Police Need Help In Identifying Mall Hit and Run Suspect



Boise Police need the public help in finding the driver of a pickup who ran over a woman in the parking lot of the Boise Towne Square Mall the evening of May 14.

Police released a photo showing a male driver behind the wheel of a teal pickup. Officers also found another woman who reported the same suspect had first physically attacked her as she was getting into her car. According to witnesses, the suspect stopped that attack, got in his truck, and as he drove off, appeared to intentionally swerve to hit the second woman.

The incident occurred just before 9 p.m. That's when several witnesses called 911 to report the hit and run.

The woman who was hit by the truck suffered what appeared to be a serious leg injury which was not life-threatening.

Police said the driver was last seen headed eastbound through the mall parking lot.

The driver is described as a light skinned male, possibly in his late 30s, bald or very short hair and stocky build.

The vehicle is described as a teal GMC or Chevy pick-up with a sticker in the lower right corner of the rear window.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 343-STOPS.