Police: SUV hits Greenville home and drives away - WRBL

Police: SUV hits Greenville home and drives away

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Greenville Police are investigating where a vehicle hit a home on Harding Street last night.

Officers responded after the vehicle hit the home at 101 North Harding Street and drove away. Witnesses describe the vehicle as a silver SUV. The car hit the front concrete steps of the house and was able to drive away. Police tell 9 On Your Side the car should have extensive damage on the driver's side.  

Anyone with information should call the Greenville Police or Pitt-Greenville Crime Stoppers.  Body shop owners should also be on the lookout for anyone who tries to come in with a damaged car that matches this description.

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