Police Seek Car Believed to Have Struck, Killed Young Mom in Danbury - NBC Connecticut

Police Seek Car Believed to Have Struck, Killed Young Mom in Danbury

Police Search for Car in Danbury Hit-and-Run

(Published Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014)

Police are looking for a white van that may be connected to a fatal Danbury hit-and-run that killed a 23-year-old mother.

The van was captured on surveillance footage from an area business.

The van was traveling southbound on South Street near the Great Pasture Road just before midnight on Friday, Nov. 7 when it struck 23-year-old Rachel Sack. Family members said she was leaving Michael's Cafe and heading home to Bethel, where her 9-week-old son was waiting.

Police ask anyone with information on the van to call the Danbury Police Department at 203-797-2157.

Donations for a reward fund can be written out to:

Union Savings Bank
Attn: Main Office
226 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810

The reward is being offered to encourage accident witnesses to come forward.

Funeral services for Sack are being held on Thursday.

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