Windham police are seeking the public’s help in determining the identity of a man involved in a two-vehicle collision Saturday afternoon, Nov. 9.

At about 1:15 p.m., Windham police received a report of a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of routes 302 and 115, also known as Boody’s Corner.

According to Sgt. David Bonneau, Patrol Officer Seth Fournier was first on-scene and determined a red 1988 Jeep Wrangler had struck a silver 1998 Honda Accord at the intersection. The driver of the Jeep was making a left turn from Route 302 onto Route 115 and slammed into the Honda, which was proceeding northbound on Route 302. The driver of the Jeep fled the scene despite a head injury, police said, while the operator of the Honda, Scott Kimball, 41, of Windham, and his teenage son were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

A Westbrook K-9 team was unsuccessful in a track of the Jeep driver, Bonneau said. The investigation into the identity of the Jeep driver is ongoing and is being aided by evidence collected from the vehicle, he said.

Anyone with information related to the investigation should contact Fournier at 892-2525.


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