Fairfield man involved in hit and run accident offers reward for identification of other driver

Posted Oct. 24, 2013, at 2 p.m.

FAIRFIELD, Maine — A 62-year-old man involved in a hit and run accident is offering a $250 reward for any information leading to the identity of the other driver, police said Thursday.

On Oct. 18, Joseph Jenness of Fairfield attempted to turn left onto Old Schoolhouse Road when his vehicle was struck by a Ford F-150 pickup truck on Route 139, Fairfield police Chief Tom Gould said earlier this week.

The pickup, traveling at a high rate of speed, did not stop after the accident, the police chief said. Jenness was not injured.

Gould said Thursday the case remains open. Attempts to reach Jenness for comment were unsuccessful Thursday.

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