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Anne Arundel police search for hit-and-run driver

Police are looking for the driver of a red Nissan Pathfinder they believe is responsible for a fatal hit-and-run in Glen Burnie Wednesday morning.

Just after 8 a.m., Anne Arundel County police found a 38-year-old man lying on the right shoulder of eastbound Route 100 just before the Oakwood Road exit.  

James Frederick Schreiber Jr., of Pasadena, was pronounced dead on scene. Police said he was driving a tow truck and had pulled over on the right shoulder to help a disabled sewage truck.

Schreiber was getting ready to tow the sewage truck when he was hit by an SUV that stopped briefly at the scene and continued eastbound on Route 100, police said. 

Police are looking for a red 1987 to 1995 Nissan Pathfinder with possible damage to the passenger side fender area and headlight and a missing passenger side mirror and hubcap.

Police described the suspect driver as a white male in his early to mid 30s with a thin build and short brown hair.    

Anyone with information is asked to call the Anne Arundel County police at 410-222-8610


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