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Crimestoppers: Still no answers in hit and run

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Two months have passed, and Columbus Police are still looking for a break in an unsolved hit and run that claimed the life of 19-year-old Adrian Huling -- a Columbus State University student.

Lieutenant Mark Starling of the Columbus Police Department told News Leader 9, "We never quit, keep digging, looking into anything we have, let the public know, this has not been put behind us."

Wednesday, patrol officers canvassed the area around the intersection of Amber Drive and Luna Drive and passed out flyers with his information and picture.

They have recovered the white van that hit Huling, but they still don't have any solid suspects.

Adrian's mother, Tracy Huling, encourages anyone with information to come forward. "If you have any info, don't have to reveal your name, call crimestoppers," said Huling, "It happened to me, it can also happen to you, you would want someone to do that for your loved one".

If you have any information that could help police solve this crime, please call Columbus Crime Stoppers at (706) 653-3118. 

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Hit and Run: Van found; driver missing 
Teen on scooter dies in hit and run

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