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Pascagoula police searching for hit and run suspect

The Toyota Camry caught fire after a vehicle allegedly crashed into it early Saturday morning. Image source: Jackie Skipper. The Toyota Camry caught fire after a vehicle allegedly crashed into it early Saturday morning. Image source: Jackie Skipper.
Carl Brion Kelly II. Image source: Pascagoula Police Department. Carl Brion Kelly II. Image source: Pascagoula Police Department.
Pascagoula police said three vehicles parked at Bonaparte Apartments caught fire after a vehicle crashed into them on Saturday. Image source: Jackie Skipper. Pascagoula police said three vehicles parked at Bonaparte Apartments caught fire after a vehicle crashed into them on Saturday. Image source: Jackie Skipper.
PASCAGOULA, MS (WLOX) -

Authorities are searching for a suspect, they said, may have caused three vehicles to catch fire after reportedly crashing into them with his vehicle on Saturday shortly after 4:30 a.m.

Lt. Shannon Massey said, police are searching for 29-year-old Carl Brion Kelly II.

Massey said, Kelly was driving his vehicle with a female passenger down Melton Avenue in Pascagoula when he drove down a sharp curve and struck three vehicles parked at Bonaparte Square Apartments.

Both Kelly and the female fled the scene of the accident on foot. However, the woman was captured by police. Massey said she was interviewed and later released. Lt. Massey said, Kelly will  face a charge of leaving the scene of an accident.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Carl Brion Kelly II is asked to call 228-762-2211.

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