Reward offered to find driver who struck student exiting school bus
EXETER >> Police are still investigating a hit-and-run that occurred Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 4:05 p.m. on Oak Parkway near 47th Street after a 10-year-old Exeter School District student was hit after exiting a school bus.
According to police, the driver of a 2004-2006 red Acura MDX with Pennsylvania registration plate passed a school bus that was stopped and had its flashing lights activated and the “stop” arm deployed. The Acura was traveling east in the westbound lane of Oak Parkway.
The student sustained injuries and was treated at Reading Hospital. The vehicle was last seen traveling east on Oak Parkway.
Anyone with information pertaining to this incident or can identify the suspect is asked to submit an anonymous tip to Crime Alert Berks County.
Cash rewards are available up to $10,000 if the tip leads to an arrest.
Anonymous tips may be submitted by either calling 877-373-9913, downloading the ALERTBERKS app on your mobile device, or by using your mobile phone to text tips to 847411 and typing ALERTBERKS + your tip.
Additional information may be found at alertberks.org, or contact the Exeter Township Police Officer Anthony Schappell or Detective Greg Davis at 610779-1490.
Police are looking for the driver of this 2004-2006 red Acura MDX with Pennsylvania registration plate that passed a stopped school bus and hit a student exiting the bus.