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Fatal hit and run case remains unsolved

Posted at 7:57 AM, Apr 02, 2016

A Cleveland mother said she’s spent the last 10 months grieving her daughter, Chelsea Hill’s death.

"Whoever done this to her is still out there,” said Annette Hill. "Come forward. Let us get justice for my baby."

Annette said on May 25, 2015, someone hit Chelsea and kept driving. The collision killed her daughter.

“I just want justice for my baby,” said Hill.

Hill said police told her that Chelsea was with two boys shortly before the collision happened.

"I told her, don't go nowhere,” said Hill. “She was sitting on the porch with her friends."

Based on video evidence, investigators believe the suspect vehicle involved was a newer, dark colored, sedan. Investigators believe the vehicle has damage to the headlights.

A cash reward is of $2,500 is being offered for information leading to an arrest.