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Union Twp, Isabella Co, MI. The Michigan State Police (MSP) continues to seek investigative leads in a deadly hit and run crash that claimed the life of Ryan Tsatsos of Macomb, MI, on Halloween in 2015.
Tsatsos, a 17-year-old freshman at Central Michigan University (CMU), was walking with a group of friends on S. Crawford Road near Concourse Drive, south of the CMU campus shortly after midnight on November 1st, following a Halloween party. Tsatsos was on his way home to his residence hall when he was struck on the side of the road by a passenger vehicle, possibly a dark, metallic blue colored vehicle, which likely would have had damage to the front passenger side following the collision. The vehicle fled from the scene without stopping. Tsatsos died at the scene.
The MSP continues to seek any information related to this incident and a reward of up to $10,000 is being offered by Crime Stoppers for information leading to an arrest. The public is reminded that what may seem to be a minor or insignificant piece of information can lead to a significant breakthrough in an investigation. Anyone with information, or knows someone who may have information, is asked to please contact the MSP Mt. Pleasant Post at 989-773-5951 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-5245.