Police Seek 'Vehicle of Interest' in Miramar Hit and Run

Photos of vehicle connected to crash that killed 6-year-old released

Monday, Jan 14, 2013  |  Updated 11:37 AM EDT
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The relatives of D'Andre Binns pleaded Thursday for the driver who killed him in a hit and run crash to turn himself in. Grandmother Shirley Adam and half brother JJ Binns spoke about the loss of the 6-year-old boy.

The relatives of D'Andre Binns pleaded Thursday for the driver who killed him in a hit and run crash to turn himself in. Grandmother Shirley Adam and half brother JJ Binns spoke about the loss of the 6-year-old boy.

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Family of 6-Year-Old Boy Killed in Miramar Hit-and-Run Crash Speaks

The family of a 6-year-old boy who was killed in a hit and run crash in Miramar pleaded for the driver to turn himself in Thursday, just hours after the child died. Grandmother Shirley Adams and JJ Binns talk about the death of D'Andre Binns.

6-Year-Old Boy Dead After Miramar Hit-and-Run: Police

The boy was struck by a vehicle near 6200 Miramar Parkway as he was crossing the road with his uncle, police said. Miramar Police spokeswoman Tania Rues spoke about the incident.
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Miramar Police have released a pair of photos of a car they hope will help solve the hit and run crash that killed a young boy last week.

The grainy photos show a white sedan that police are calling a "vehicle of interest" in the Jan. 9 crash that killed 6-year-old Deandre Binns, police said Monday.

Family of 6-Year-Old Pleads for Hit-and-Run Driver to Surrender

Binns was crossing Miramar Parkway in the 6200 block when he was struck by a car around 8:30 p.m. Binns was thrown onto the car's hood and it swerved several times before he fell off and was run over, police said.

The driver fled the scene. Binns was taken to Joe DiMaggio Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Police said Monday that the driver or occupants of the car in the new photos may have information valuable to their investigation.

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Anyone with information is asked to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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