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Authorities searching for driver who struck girl in Clarence

Sheriff’s deputies investigating a hit-and-run incident in Clarence Monday night that left a pedestrian injured have recovered a passenger side mirror from the scene and have identified the part as a replacement mirror for a Ford Super Duty truck, officials said.

“Deputies have been able to identify the part as a replacement, aftermarket, mirror and the owner/operator may attempt to replace the mirror with the same after-market part,” a statement from the Sheriff’s Office said.

Authorities are now looking for a dark Ford Super Duty truck (includes models F-250, 350, and 450) with passenger door damage and a missing mirror.

A girl was walking along Shimerville Road between Wehrle and Main street in the 6 p.m. hour Monday when she was hit by a truck. The girl suffered a non-life-threatening, upper-body injury, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Investigators asked that ollision shops, automotive supply stores, anyone with knowledge of the incident or traveled this section of Shimerville Road Monday evening is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (716)858-2903.