Tewksbury High Parent Seeks Public's Help Identifying Hit-And-Run Driver
Oct 26, 2014 04:56PM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Rome Miano posted on Facebook that his son, a Tewksbury High student, had borrowed his SUV and driven it to school. At the end of the school day, according to Miano, a driver struck the rear of the SUV and fled the scene.
Miano said he and his son, as well as witnesses, provided information to the police but that the vehicle and driver have not yet been located.
Below is a text of Miano's Facebook Post:
So my son drove my Explorer to school Friday. Leaving school someone rear ended him and took off in the school parking lot under a school security camera. I call Tewksbury Police and they search the area and don't find the car. Kids from the football team saw the car hit my son and leave and gave him a description of the car. We give the info to Tewksbury Police and I then emailed the school principal, vice principal and superintendent to let them know what happened on the school property. I call Tewksbury Police today to check if they found the person and they have not and told me to call back Tuesday. Tuesday? It's a hit and run on school property. My car is damaged. Should someone be able to figure out who hit him and give me the info so I can file a insurance claim seeing where the bumper of my truck is banged up? We need help finding a Black Nissan Altima that hit my black Ford Explorer around 2pm at the Tewksbury High School.
Anyone with information on the accident is asked to contact the Tewksbury Police Department at 978-640-4381.