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Driver leaves scene of deadly pedestrian crash on Crain Highway

Police are still searching for the driver in this case.

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. — A man is dead after being hit by a driver on Crain Highway early Monday morning. Maryland State Police say the driver did not stay at the scene of the crash, and they are searching for them. 

Troopers were called to Crain Highway northbound near Brandywine Road just after midnight for a report of a person in the road. When troopers got to the scene, they found the man who looked like he had been hit by a vehicle. Emergency medical crews pronounced the man dead at the scene. The man hit has not been identified by police. 

Anyone who may have information about this case is asked to call troopers at (301) 568-8101.

Investigators located a Lexus emblem in the road, but they didn't locate the car.

Northbound Route 301 (Crain Highway), about one mile north of Brandywine Road, was shut down. All lanes have since been reopened.

Anyone with information should contact the Maryland State Police Forestville Barrack at 301-568-8101. 

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