Urgent Appeal: Suspect Wanted in Connection with Coventry Hit-and-Run

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Urgent Appeal: Suspect Wanted in Connection with Coventry Hit-and-Run

The West Midlands Police have issued an urgent appeal to the public in the ongoing investigation of the tragic hit-and-run that claimed the life of 12-year-old Keaton Slater in Coventry.

Urgent Appeal: Suspect Wanted In Connection With Coventry Hit-and-run

Authorities are actively seeking 21-year-old Dolars Aleksanders, who is wanted on suspicion of death by dangerous driving following the collision on Radford Road, Coventry, on Friday (14 June). The public is advised not to approach Aleksanders but to call 999 immediately with any sightings, quoting log 3407 of 14 June.

This development comes as part of a broader effort by law enforcement to trace those responsible for the incident that has deeply affected the Slater family and the community. The family continues to grieve for Keaton, remembered as a “beautiful” soul whose humour brought joy to those around him.

As the search intensifies, Sgt Rich Evans from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit reiterates the call for anyone with information to assist in their enquiries. The public can contact authorities via Live Chat on the police website, call 101 quoting log number 3407-140624, or email FL_COLLISION_INVEST@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk. Anonymous tips can also be provided through Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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