Information Sought on Third Hit-and-Run In Less Than Two Weeks
June 17, 2022 2:27pm
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office was called to a hit-and-run accident Friday morning three miles north of Boyden.
Sometime in the overnight hours of Thursday, June 16, or during the day Friday, an unknown vehicle travelling north on Kingbird Avenue entered the west ditch, drove through a barbed wire fence, then exited by driving through the fence again. The vehicle left the area without reporting the accident.
If you witnessed this accident or have any information about it, you are asked to contact to the sheriff’s office, 712-737-2280.
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