UPDATE (September 14, 2017 4:14 p.m.):

The Baltimore County Crash Investigation Team has recovered the suspect vehicle involved in Monday's hit-and-run death of 23-year-old Kyle Marshall.

The vehicle, a purple 2012 Hyundai Sonata, was located in the 900 block of Sun Circle Way in Essex after a concerned citizen reported it as a suspicious vehicle parked near their residence.

The Crash Investigation Team obtained a search warrant for the vehicle, towing it to Police Headquarters yesterday for the recovery of evidence. A suspect has not yet been identified in this case, but police are continuing to investigate.

Original Release (September 11, 2017 2:24 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police are seeking assistance from the public in locating the vehicle and driver who struck and killed a young man crossing Eastern Boulevard on Stemmers Run Road with his mother just after midnight.

The preliminary investigation has indicated that around 12:48 a.m. the suspect vehicle was traveling eastbound on Eastern Boulevard as it crossed through the intersection at Stemmers Run Road. The victim, identified as 23-year-old Kyle Emmanuel Marshall of the 1500 block of Doolittle Road in Essex, 21221, was crossing Eastern Boulevard with his mother when he was struck by the vehicle, which made no attempt to stop and continued to flee eastbound on Eastern Boulevard. Baltimore County EMS personnel responded to the scene where they pronounced the victim deceased. His mother was unharmed during the incident.

Police believe the suspect vehicle may be a purple colored Hyundai Elantra similar to the image depicted below or a similar type of vehicle. It is likely to have damage to the front driver side area, including a broken out headlamp and front side tag light, a portion of the front driver side bumper damaged or torn off, and possible damage to the front grill area and windshield.

Anyone with information on this suspect or suspect vehicle is asked to contact police at 410-307-2020. The Baltimore County Crash Investigation Team continues to investigate circumstances of this fatal hit-and-run crash.

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