Family and friends of April Fait – who was killed in a tragic hit and run accident in Burien on Feb. 24 – added $5,000 to the $1,000 reward offered by Crime Stoppers for information leading to an arrest of the person responsible for her death.

As we previously reported, April was crossing S. 152nd Street to enter the Highline Performing Arts Center located at 401 S. 152nd Street when she was struck and killed just before 7 p.m.

She was walking over to see her grandchild perform in a musical production by students from St. Francis of Assisi School.

April worked for Highline Public Schools and was looking forward to retirement.

Police say that the suspect vehicle is described as a newer silver or grey sedan with damage to the right front portion of the vehicle.

Detectives have not located a suspect vehicle and do not have a suspect description.

If you have any information about this case you may remain anonymous and be eligible for a $6,000 reward by call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or you can call the King County Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311.

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2 replies on “Reward increased for information on fatal Feb. 24 Burien hit and run”

  1. The person driving the suspected car will have a better life if they turn themselves in and accept responsibility. Your life will be better, and you will be a happier person and a much, much, better parent. Go to church, bring a family member and turn yourself in. I am sure you will find the relief and forgiveness you seek if you do.

    A gray haired Eagle Scout and Scoutmaster’s perspective

    Mark Ufkes – Eagle Scout 1973
    White Center

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