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Police looking for 28-year-old man they say ran from a crash that killed a woman

A California woman who was visiting family in Colorado was killed in the crash Monday night in Cherry Hills Village.

CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. — The Cherry Hills Village Police Department (CHVPD) is asking for help locating a 28-year-old man who is wanted for running from a crash that killed a 37-year-old woman Monday night.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story previously contained a photo of the "person of interest" provided by the Cherry Hills Village Police Department. 9NEWS has decided to remove the photo until such time that we can independently confirm its veracity. 

The crash involving the victim's vehicle and a stolen truck happened at about 6:30 p.m. on July 26 in the 4000 block of South University Boulevard, according to CHVPD. The driver of the truck ran from the scene, police said. 

Stacy L. Pepper, 37, was killed in the crash. She is from San Francisco, California but was in Colorado visiting family, according to police.

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The truck involved in the crash had been reported stolen from Jefferson County. It and the suspect are also believed to be associated with a burglary that occurred in Arapahoe County, CHVPD said.

Police said an arrest warrant was issued for 28-year-old Evan Michael Joslin. Joslin is facing possible charges of :

  • Vehicular Homicide-Reckless Driving
  • Failure to remain at scene of accident involving death
  • Drove vehicle when license revoked-refusal
  • Speeding(10-19 mph over limit)
  • Failure to notify police of accident
  • Displaying fictitious number plate

Anyone with information on Joslin's whereabouts is asked to call the Cherry Hills Village Police Department tip line at 720-305-9831.

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