Huber Heights police and medics are investigating a motorcycle accident. (Cox Media Group Ohio/archives)

Police seek help in locating hit-and-run car

UPDATE @ 12:11 p.m. July 25

Police in Huber Heights are asking the public for help in locating a vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-and-run crash with a motorcycle.

The crash happened Friday on Old Troy Pike near Chambersburg Road.

Police said reports indicate a blue sedan hit a motorcyclist and caused the crash. The sedan left the scene and the motorcyclist was seriously injured.

If you can help in the investigation, contact Huber Heights police at (937) 233-2080.

UPDATE @ 11:23 p.m. July 22

Police are trying to determine whether a motorcyclist was a hit-and-run victim or simply lost control of his bike, Huber Heights Sgt. Charles Taylor said.

The man on his bike, believed to be in his early 50s, was not wearing a helmet and suffered a serious head injury, Taylor said. The man was taken to a local hospital. His condition was not immediately known.

Taylor said police were dispatched on what was described as a possible hit-and-run accident. They arrived to find the man and the motorcycle, on the ground.

Officers were on scene late tonight, taking measurements as they try to determine what caused the accident.

If you saw the accident or something believed to be associated with the accident, the sergeant asks that you call the police division at 937-233-1565.


Police and medic units are on the scene of a serious vehicle accident involving a motorcycle in the area of Old Troy Pike and Chamberburg Road in Huber Heights.

Northbound Old Troy is closed at Chambersburg because of the accident. We have a crew there and we’ll update as we learn more.

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