Police are looking for the person involved in a hit and run that totaled a car in southwest Omaha.
Imagine parking your car outside your home in pristine condition, then finding it the next morning, totaled.
That's what happened to Tyler Sisson last Wednesday morning. He parked his vehicle near 170th and Elm the night before, but found it the next morning destroyed.
The other vehicle involved likely sustained severe damage, and the extent of the damage could mean the driver was actually injured. So far no luck with security camera video at nearby businesses.
Sisson's car is valued at $14,000.
Anyone with information is asked to call Omaha Police.
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