KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) -- Police in Kansas City, Kan., have identified a bicycle rider who was found dead more than four days after an apparent hit-and-run accident.
But no progress was reported Thursday in finding the vehicle that struck 40-year-old Santiago Zamora-Zamora, who lived in the city.
Officers responding to a call about a body Tuesday afternoon found Zamora-Zamora in an industrial area just off U.S. 69.
Police said Zamora-Zamora had been riding or pushing a red bicycle when he was hit sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Nov. 29. His name was withheld while investigators confirmed his identity and notified relatives.
Authorities are asking the public to report any information about the incident.
Police in Kansas City, Kan., are asking the public's help in solving the apparent hit-and-run death of a man on a bicycle.
Officers received a call Tuesday about a body in an industrial area just off U.S. 69.
The department said Wednesday it appeared the victim had been struck by a vehicle about four days before the body was found.
Police say the man had been riding or pushing a red bicycle when he was hit sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Nov. 29. Investigators are trying to confirm his identity and won't release his name until relatives are notified.