$10K Offered For Arrest In Officer Hit-And-Run Case - New York News

$10K Offered For Arrest In Officer Hit-And-Run Case

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Surveillance video released by police shows the moment a car struck an off-duty police officer, investigators said. (Philadelphia Police Department) Surveillance video released by police shows the moment a car struck an off-duty police officer, investigators said. (Philadelphia Police Department)

Philadelphia's FOP has offered a $10,000 reward for an arrest in the hit-and-run incident which landed an off-duty police officer in the hospital. 

Video released Wednesday shows the moment investigators say a car slammed into an off-duty Philadelphia police officer in the city's Kensington neighborhood.

Police say the car hit the officer and then sped away.

In an afternoon news conference, police identified the off-duty officer as Mike Brady, a five-year veteran of the department.

Police say he was walking home from a local establishment at 3:30 a.m. when he was run down by a dark colored sedan. Police say they are looking for a dark colored Lincoln MKS with damage to its hood and windshield.

Police are still trying to figure out what caused the accident.

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