Vigil for grandmother killed in hit-and-run

Vigil for grandmother killed in hit-and-run

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

The Detroit Police Department is asking for the public's help solving a deadly hit-and-run that occurred on February 20, 2014.

Darleane Yeargin, a 55-year-old grandmother of six, was struck by a vehicle as she was walking near the area of Puritan Street and Asbury Park.

Friends and loved ones gathered at the scene Wednesday night to remember Yeargin.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to hear from loved ones at the vigil

Police believe she may have been struck by two vehicles. Police say neither driver stopped at the scene.

The first suspected vehicle is a black or darker-colored 2002-2003 Chevy Monte Carlo.

 That second suspected vehicle is a white conversion van.

Surveillance photos of the suspected vehicles have been released.

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