Arrest made in double deadly hit-and-run that happened in Seymour | Connecticut News
SEYMOUR, CT (WFSB) – An arrest was made in a double deadly hit-and-run that happened at a funeral in Seymour earlier this month.
A family makes an emotional plea after a deadly hit-and-run kills a father and mother.
Police did not yet release the name of the suspect.
However, they confirmed that they found the involved vehicle.
“No further information is going to be released at this time,” police said in a news release. “We are going to hold a press conference at the PD later [Thursday].”
James and Barbara Tamborra were crossing Bank Street on Dec. 10 when an oncoming driver struck the couple and kept on going, Seymour police said.
A Seymour officer had stopped traffic at the time and helped the couple cross the road.
However, the driver of a dark-colored Acura SUV sped through and hit the Tamborras.
Police said the driver briefly stopped, but ultimately sped toward downtown Seymour and likely got on Route 8.
James Tamborra, 81, succumbed to injuries at the hospital.
Barbara Tamborra passed away later five days later.
Police said based on evidence at the scene, they believed the SUV had damage to one of its front headlights.
They said it was tips from the public that helped them track down the suspect.
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