Sudbury Police Seek Truck Involved in Hit-and-Run

The following information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.

Sudbury police log. Patch file photo
Sudbury police log. Patch file photo
The Sudbury Police Department is seeking help finding a white pick-up truck that may have been involved in a hit-and-run accident on Jan. 24.

According to Lt. Robert Grady, a motorist called Sudbury police just before 10 a.m. to report his car was struck by a white pick-up truck on Hudson Road.

The motorist said the truck had some type of logo on it.

The truck was last seen heading down Old Sudbury Road toward Wayland.

Grady said the accident happened at the lights in Town Center.

The car that was struck did not need a tow, and no injuries were reported.

If anyone has information that can help in locating the truck or the driver, they are asked to call the Sudbury Police Department at 978-443-1042.

In other police news from the weekend:
  • Officers responded to a car off the road on Water Row on Jan. 24. No one was injured but the car was towed from the scene.
  • Officers responded to a two-car accident on Boston Post Road on Jan. 25. The accident occurred near the Transfer Station. No one was injured and no tows were needed. One motorist was cited for following too close.


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